Black Tea Madagascar (Madagascar Spices)
Black Tea from Madagascar is the meeting of a Black Tea from India with all the spices of Madagascar. Black Tea from the Island of Madagascar, with vanilla from Madagascar, ginger from Madagascar, cinnamon from Madagascar, cardamom from Madagascar. To taste Madagascar Black Tea is to drink tea with exceptional spices.
- Power of scented black tea: 8/10
- Main Notes: Madagascar spices
- To savor: In the morning and after the lunch
- The plus: maybe enjoy with milk
Discover our black tea with spices from Madagascar, a black tea flavored with spices and gourmet. Buy the best high quality spiced black tea in our Excellence Tea Counter.
Black Tea from Madagascar
This is where you will buy and sell black tea from Madagascar at the best price per kilo. A flavored tea with tasty spices.
What is Madagascar Black Tea?
Madagascan Black Tea in bulk is one of the very first teas that Comptoir de Toamasina has created. This creation is the second after citrus tea. Our Madagascar Black Tea is first of all the meeting of a black tea from the Indies of Kerala with vanilla from Madagascar, cinnamon from Madagascar, cardamom, ginger. When you go to brew the tea, you will smell the delicious spices of Madagascar, then when you go to drink, we guarantee you an explosion of flavor.
Come buy and taste the difference with the Comptoir de Toamasina Black Tea from Madagascar made by hand. A black tea that will remind you of the Island of Madagascar. Tea from the Island of Madagascar
Conseil d'utilisation du Thé Noir de Madagascar
We advise you to let it infuse 10g per liter for 3 to 5 minutes in water at 90 ° C
Product: Madagascar Black Tea
Packaging: Bag or Box
Packaging: 80g - 500g or 100g
Characteristic: A black tea with the characteristic smell and flavor of spices from Madagascar
Ingredient: Indian Black Tea, Madagascan Vanilla, Madagascan Vanilla Extract, Madagascan Cardamom, Madagascan Cinnamon, Madagascan Ginger
Conservation of Madagascar Black Tea
To optimally store your Madagascar Black Tea, Comptoir de Toamasina advises you to keep it away from light and any temperature shock.