Hoe Bee Ceylon Tea use the raw tea leafs from Sri Lanka and prepare them locally in Singapore to ensure it’s freshness. Hoe Bee Ceylon Tea is 100% pure and gives you the traditional flavour.
Ceylon tea is a popular type of black tea that is also known as Sri Lankan tea. Served as an iced tea or warm, it is a favorite beverage for many tea drinkers. Ceylon tea is popular among tea enthusiasts for its rich flavor and fragrant aroma. While Ceylon is known for its bold flavor, it can vary significantly in taste.
There are some differences in terms of taste and antioxidant content, it comes from the same plant as other types of tea and boasts a similar set of nutrients. Ceylon tea have been linked to impressive health benefits — ranging from increased fat burning to better blood sugar control and decreased cholesterol levels.
Ceylon tea is typically consumed as a refreshing beverage, freshly brewed and hot, or as an iced tea. Lemon, sweeteners, and/or milk may be added to smooth its strong flavor and reduce bitterness. Because of its caffeine and brisk qualities, it makes for a good morning or afternoon tea.
Ceylon Tea (Tea Leaves)
1. Weight Loss
Drinking tea boosts your metabolism, which may help increase energy and help your body burn fat.
2. Immune System
Ceylon tea is rich in antioxidants, which may increase white blood cells, boost the immune system, and help the body fight disease-causing viruses and harmful bacteria.
3. Boost Heart Health
Studies have shown that consumption of black tea may help reduce blood pressure. Ceylon tea contains potassium, which relaxes the tension in your blood vessels and arteries.
Drinking Ceylon tea has been shown to reduce blood glucose levels. By helping to regulate the glucose and insulin levels in the body, Ceylon tea may help prevent the spikes and drops that can be dangerous for people with diabetes.
Collagen is important for skin elasticity. Some of the antioxidants that have been identified in Ceylon tea are linked to reducing collagen loss in the skin by preventing oxidative stress in the surrounding cells.