A new strain of tea has been created by a team at the University of Edinburgh that claims to be the most delicious teavana teavanna ever.
The new strain, called ShroomTea, is described as a “shroom-rich” teavane, and the tea is made from the dried leaves of the Shroom species.
“We have been trying to create teavanes for a very long time,” says the team’s research scientist, Professor Nick Gomes.
“Our interest has always been in creating the highest quality teavans that we can possibly get from the species.
We have spent a lot of time with the plant and its genetics, and have been very lucky to get a very high yield.
We are very excited about the new strain and what it could be.”
The research team has previously tested Shroom Tea and found that it was the most tasty tea ever produced.
“It’s definitely one of the most complex teavanos we’ve tried,” Professor Gomes says.
You need to be aware of the quality of the leaves, the flavour of the teavanas and the time it takes to make them. “
This is not something you can just pop into a cup and enjoy.
The team used a strain of Shroom that has been bred to be able to produce higher levels of the psychoactive compounds known as the endorphins. “
ShroomTea is the highest-quality teavaan we have ever tried.”
The team used a strain of Shroom that has been bred to be able to produce higher levels of the psychoactive compounds known as the endorphins.
The endorphin-rich tea has a unique flavour, and Gomes believes it has an exciting future in the market.
“There is a lot more potential for Shroom-based teavannas than we previously realised,” he says.
“The endorphine-rich Shroom has an amazing taste.
We’ve just recently developed a new strain that produces higher levels, so we have a really good opportunity to try and produce even more high quality tea.”
The new strain was created by Professor Nick R. Gomes, the University’s Professor of Botany and Horticulture, and his team.
Shroom is the only Shroom genus that is known to produce psychoactive endorphines, which are known to reduce anxiety and relieve pain in humans.
The team also found that Shroom teavones have a lower level of caffeine and alcohol, making them ideal for tea drinkers.
“It’s the first time that we’ve seen Shroom endorphinal levels of compounds that are potentially toxic to humans, and it’s also the first Shroom extract that has low levels of alcohol and caffeine,” Professor R.
Gomes says, adding that this is a “very exciting” development for the teas future.