Tea tasting: Pink Tea (Sunrouge)

I have been fascinated by the rare Japanese tea cultivar known as Sunrouge for a long time. It was a cross between Camellia Sinensis and Camellia Taliensis, which produced reddish/purplish tea leaves. Rich in anthocyanins, which are antioxidant compounds commonly found in purple-coloured foods, the Sunrouge cultivar has been the subject of much scientific research … Continue reading Tea tasting: Pink Tea (Sunrouge)