After water, tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world. The leading producer of tea in Israel, Wissotzky Tea was founded in 1849 in Russia and established its first tea plant production in Israel in 1936. Since that time they have been devoted to producing the highest quality of tea possible. It is no wonder that today you can find Wissotzky Teas in just about every home in the Jewish State.
Wissotzky comes in a wide variety of flavors to suit your every mood. Many Israelis travel to India every year and it is of no surprise that Chai Masala, with its blend of Indian tea leaves, infused with clove, cinnamon, ginger black pepper and cardamom has become one of the most popular varieties of teas. Other favorites include Classic Chinese Green tea, Green Tea Spearmint, with its relaxing nana (mint), and let's not forget their Classic Flavor and Earl Grey.
Not only do these teas taste good but they are good for you too! Drinking tea, especially green tea, has many health benefits. Tea contains vitamins such as amino acids, vitamins C, E, K, and antioxidants. Wissotzky Teas are completely natural and are produced without any added flavorings, colors or preservatives. When tea is drunk without the addition of sugar, honey or milk, it has no calories and at the same time serves as a crucial component for maintaining the balance of body fluids. Tea can be caffeinated or de caffeinated. All Wissotzky teas are Kosher Pareve and each tea bag is individually packed to preserve the freshness and aroma of the tea.
Whether you are looking to add to your personal collection in your home or looking for a gift, try Wissotzky! We at World of Judaica we encourage you to bring home the taste of Israel today.