Gabacha - N°405

£41.00


incl. VAT plus shipping £410.00/kg
incl. VAT

£41

£410/kg
PruneButterCedar
Select Variant: Caddy - 100g brews 75 cups

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Gabacha is the remarkably prosaic name for 'tea containing gamma amino-butyric acid'. The amino acid, which is found in exceptional doses due to the specific production method of this special strain of tea, gives Gabacha a wonderfully warm, mellow buttery aroma.

Ingredients

Organic Oolong tea


Chinese Oolong tea* (*certified organic)

Preparation
Quantity Temperature Time
1 ½ tsp / 250 ml 90.0° C 1 infusion 2 min.
2 infusion 1 ½ min.

Background Knowledge

The high-tech star among our varied line-up, this exceptional Chinese cultivar undergoes a special process of nitrogen infusion to preserve its especially high content of the gamma amino-butyric acid (GABA) – scientifically linked to enhanced memory retention and calmer nerves. While the tea’s novel process imbues the large leaves with a reddish-brown hue, it also highlights their hidden spice. The golden-brown cup brims with fruity notes ranging from apple to pomegranate, rounded out by the warmth of nutmeg, cinnamon and other spices of the winter-warming variety. What's more, this dark oolong lends itself remarkably well to cold-brewed infusions – developing a sweeter flavor and retaining more of its prized GABA.

Tasting Notes

prune, butter, cedar

Ingredients

Chinese Oolong tea* (*certified organic)

Preparation

Quantity Temperature Time
2 tsp / 250 ml 90° C 1 infusion 1 ½ min.
2 infusion 2 min.
3 infusion 2 min.

Background Knowledge

The high-tech star among our varied line-up, this exceptional Chinese cultivar undergoes a special process of nitrogen infusion to preserve its especially high content of the gamma amino-butyric acid (GABA) – scientifically linked to enhanced memory retention and calmer nerves. While the tea’s novel process imbues the large leaves with a reddish-brown hue, it also highlights their hidden spice. The golden-brown cup brims with fruity notes ranging from apple to pomegranate, rounded out by the warmth of nutmeg, cinnamon and other spices of the winter-warming variety. What's more, this dark oolong lends itself remarkably well to cold-brewed infusions – developing a sweeter flavor and retaining more of its prized GABA.


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