Black Tea

Black tea is made from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant and it is strongest in terms of taste. It's also one of the most popular beverages in the globe, especially in the United Kingdom, Ireland, and Australia. In fact, it is estimated that the people in these countries consume around 100 million cups of black tea daily.

Green Tea

Green tea is believed to have started in China, where it has long been popular. While black tea dominates in the West, green tea is the most popular in the East, particularly in Japan. Green tea has a mild, grassy flavour that is refreshing and comes in a variety of flavours.

White Tea

White tea is the mildest of all the authentic teas. So it is an excellent choice for people who are caffeine sensitive because it contains just around a quarter of the caffeine found in coffee. White tea are made when the leaves are plucked at a younger age and do not go through any processing like rolling or oxidation, giving them a gentle and light flavour.

Oolong Tea

Oolong tea is made from the camellia sinensis plant leaves and is another basic tea type. But what exactly is it, and how does it different from green and black teas? The thing is oolong is a slightly oxidised tea that goes through a similar procedure to black teas. Therefore, it may taste more like a green or black tea depending on the degree of leaf oxidation.


One of the five real and basic teas is pu-erh. It is a fermented beverage that includes a lot of living bacteria, just like red wine or kombucha. It is because of the manufacturing procedure, which allows for microbial fermentation by processing the leaves. Therefore, even after the leaves have been dried, the tea continues to age and change.

Peppermint Tea

Peppermint tea is made from the dried leaves of the peppermint plant. It's strong, invigorating, and highly minty. It has a strong flavour and smell, so if you're searching for something gentle, this isn't the right choice, but peppermint is a pleasant tea to drink. No study indicates that it has any health benefits.

Jasmine Tea

Jasmine tea is a variety of tea flavoured with the fragrance of jasmine blossoms. It's usually made with green tea, but black or white tea can also be used. Common jasmine or sampaguita blossoms are placed alongside tea leaves in storage or combined with stored tea to permeate the aroma. Because jasmine tea is usually prepared from green tea leaves, it is also beneficial for health.

Rooibos Tea

One of the most popular forms of tea is Rooibos. The tea, sometimes called 'red bush,' comes from South Africa, where it has been popular for decades. People drink it in the same manner they drink black tea. Some prefer it in its actual colour that has a red tone, while others add milk and sugar.

Rosemary Tea

Rosemary is not only a popular herb for cooking, but it's also a popular herbal tea. To make rosemary tea, just soak a teaspoon of rosemary leaves (fresh or dried) in boiling water for around ten minutes. The water will turn a pale yellow colour after several minutes of brewing, and the tea will have a mild flavour.

Matcha Tea

Matcha is a type of premium green tea from Japan. Shade-grown tea leaves are selected and meticulously processed into a fine powder to prepare the drink. Matcha is famous in Japan, where it is consumed in its purest form. The flavour of the drink is little bitter, grassy and strong.

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