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Purple Leaf Tea
Why Purple Tea is special?
- A Brand New Tea Experience
This is the only tea that is plucked from purple leaves! Why is it Purple? The tea leaves are purple because they contain anthocyanins. Anthocyanins are the same compounds that make all purple plants have this colour, like blueberries and pomegranates.
2. The Only Tea That Changes Colour
Purple Tea is a colour changing tea! If you add a few drops of lemon to the steeped tea, the super-antioxidants will react to enhance a beautiful purple/pink colour change!
- Great Health Benefits
Purple Tea is low in caffeine and organically grown. This vibrant tea is the only tea to contain anthocyanins, the same super-antioxidants that are found in other purple plants, like blueberries and pomegranates. Anthocyanins have been found to lower cholesterol, improve immune health, and help as a natural anti-inflammatory. The Tea Research Foundation of Kenya has stated that Purple Tea has more antioxidant activity then Green or Black tea!
- Supports Small-Scale Tea Farmers
By being fairly-traded and farmer-direct, drinking JusTea’s Purple Leaf Tea directly benefits Kenyan farming families. We work with small-scale tea farmers, providing new opportunities for sustainable growth and employment for their families and communities with a focus on ethical, natural, quality tea.
- Purple Leaf Tea – Smooth & Delicious
Purple Tea offers tea drinkers a one of a kind tea experience. Especially noteworthy, the tasting notes are reminiscent of fresh spring greens and sweet rhubarb pie.
Purple Tea leaves steep a unique and delicious cup. It is unlike any other tea!
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Make room Green, Black and Oolong, because Purple Tea is here! This is an exciting brand new category of tea. The reason it is called Purple Leaf Tea is because purple leaves naturally grow this colour on the tea bush!
This is not a GMO plant, it is completely natural and part of the tea family (Camellia Sinensis Assamica). The reason the leaves are purple is because they contain the super antioxidants: Anthocyanins. These are the same antioxidants that make other plants purple: like our favourite grapes, blueberries, pomegranates, and acai berries. Purple Leaf Tea is also a colour changing tea… squeeze a couple drops of lemon into your tea cup and watch the purple colour intensify. Be the first to try this beautiful new tea!
An intresting flavor, combining rhubarb pie, exotic flowers and fresh vegetal undertones.