Tea Leaves - Foglie di Te

Famous for its color, ranging from deep sea blue to shades of purple, Oolong tea is very rich in antioxidants, mineral salts and polyphenols that help counter the action of free radicals, contributing to maintaining the skin’s youth. This is how a line offering revitalizing and toning properties for the beauty of face and body developed from our Tea Leaf Laboratories, with the extract and infusion of Oolong Tea.
Why is it so blue? Freshly harvested Oolong Tea leaves are left to wither in the sun and are then shaken in bamboo baskets so that they dry out and the edges are crushed. It is processed in a similar manner to black tea, but the oxidative process is only brought to partial completion, explaining its bluish hue that invites the senses to immediate relaxation.

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