Russian Caravan is a black tea mix produced using distinctive black tea types, or black and oolong teas. The name comes from camel parades that were shipping tea along ancient tea courses in the eighteenth century, from China to Russia and Europe.
Consider a Russian Caravan as a mix that ought to contain a blend of every one of those teas that were once shipped into Europe and turned into a staple in European family households – generally Assam, Keemun, Lapsang Souchong, Pu’erh, and Formosa oolong. Russian Caravan will never incorporate white, yellow, or green tea, just those that were more oxidized, fermented, smoked, or simmered. Those teas were bound to endure long journeys and unforgiving environmental conditions. Indeed, even current Russian Caravan teas contain just those tea leaves that are coming from tea-delivering nations with a solid tea custom – Mainland China, Taiwan, India, Sri Lanka, and Nepal. They will exclude uncommonly or test teas from nations like Australia or Germany.
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Generally, Russian Caravan tea was made with Chinese black and oolong teas. The most well-known tea for the mix, however not generally present, is Lapsang Souchong. Lapsang Souchong is an interesting Chinese black tea with an unmistakable smokey flavor. However, it is imperative to realize that not all Lapsang Souchong teas are smoked over the pine wood. Some are not smoked by any means, and others might be smoked over different sorts of wood, or even unsmoked and made with counterfeit flavors.
Original Russian Caravan teas were made with Chinese teas, yet today, mixes can incorporate different sorts like Assam, Nepalese, Darjeeling, or Ceylon tea. Oolongs included for the mix are generally Formosa oolong or greener Fujian ball-molded oolong teas. Wu Yi rock tea or some other more grounded hazier oolong might be suitable for mixing into a Russian Caravan tea too and a few mixes may even contain dark pu’erh tea as well.
Russian Caravan is not a flavored tea, and it ought to never contain counterfeit or natural flavors, or other different fruits, herbs, spices. The only ingredient ought to be genuine Camellia sinensis teas, at least two distinct types.
Russian Caravan is not difficult to brew, and it should give a full-bodied mixture. If your mix contains smokey Lapsang Souchong, it could be ideal to try not to add milk – except if you truly appreciate it. Less smokey and better mixes like Sweet Russian Caravan go very well with a sprinkle of milk and a teaspoon of nectar.
- Boil fresh spring water in a clean pot.
- Preheat your mug and a tea kettle by pouring heated water in and out.
- Utilize 1 teaspoon of tea leaves per cup of water (2-3 grams)
- Add nearly boiling water and cover with a top.
- Allow it to soak for at least 2-5 minutes.
- Strain and add sugar or even milk if necessary.
To get the best flavor from any tea, always utilize fresh spring water. Hard tap water is probably going to destroy the flavor and cover every single sensitive note. Then again, refined water may give a flat, dreary mix.
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