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Favor Tea Collection

Frequently Asked Questions

At Euro Asia Corporation (Pvt) Ltd, we believe that proper understanding is necessary to build mutual trust and relationship. This is a short list of our most frequently asked questions. For more information about Euro Asia, or if you need support, please visit our contact us page, and submit your queries to us.

Much like cooking, tea blending is a science in itself. Tea quantity, water temperature and brewing time all play a crucial role in guaranteeing the best from your cuppa. All of these factors vary depending on the type of tea you use – check our tea labels for brewing instructions.

In a cool and dry place, in an air tight container made out of suitable barrier material, away from light sources and heat, preferably in a refrigerator.

The good news is that tea, if properly stored away from air, light and moisture, will never spoil. That said, tea will gradually lose its flavor over time.

The tea plant is naturally defiant to most insects; oxidation of the tea leaf is a natural process. Tea’s antioxidants and Antioxidants work to prevent the body’s version of rust and thus help to keep us young and protect us from damage from pollution

Tea is a stimulating beverage that holds no sodium, fat, carbonation, or sugar. It is virtually calorie-free. Tea aids maintain correct fluid balance and may contribute to in general good health.

Throughout its history, the flavor of tea has been enhanced by a variety of aromatic substances. In modern tea processing, this tradition continues under two major headings: "scenting" and "flavoring".

Yes. Soft water can enhance the flavour of your tea, while hard water can flatten its taste.

The caffeine in tea increases your blood flow and metabolism, which has a stimulating effect on your brain and central nervous system.

Tea originated in China, but it was Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) that made tea famous in the 19th and 20th Centuries, as the tea that was used by almost every major tea brand.

Yes. It keeps your tea hot and therefore maintains the proper brewing temperature. Most importantly, however, it keeps the aromas from escaping.