No matter if it is raining or sunny, at the middle of the night or early morning, a cup of perfectly brewed tea can brighten your spirits at any given time. Many of us love the taste and aroma that a cup of nicely brewed cup of tea has to offer. There are numerous types of tea you can buy which give you unlimited options to choose from. Although most of us have one preferred type of tea, I would recommend all tea lovers to experiment with the different types of tea you never know what you may discover.
There are four types of tea: mainly White, Green, Black and Oolong tea.
WHITE TEA: White tea has a slightly sweet taste and when brewed properly it provides you with a light and delicate flavor. White tea can be served throughout the entire day.
GREEN TEA: Green tea is extremely beneficial to your health. It contains many helpful antioxidants that help to get rid of harmful toxins and keep you free form diseases. It is perfect as an awakening brew in the morning to get your energized and ready for the entire day ahead (this is one of my favorites).
BLACK TEA: Black also works great for early mornings; they are also packed with antioxidants that can help you stay healthy. The taste of different black teas would depend on the location of its growth. Some may have a flowery or fruity flavor depending on where they were grown and how they were processed.
OOLONG TEA: Oolong tea has several health benefits and can improve your health. You may consider drinking a cup of oolong tea after dinner at night.
CEYLON TEAS: Dimbula and Kandy are both nice options for a mid-morning drink. Nuwara Eliya is a very light tea which has a perfectly delicate flavor, it tastes excellent when served with some lemon and ice.
CHINA TEAS: Jasmine tea offers a very soothing taste which makes it very much suitable for a late-night drink. After a meal consisting of fish and white meat, Keemun would be a great choice. Lapsang Souchong provides a very smoky taste and is good to serve it after a flavored meal although you should make sure to serve it without milk.
KENYAN: Teas from Kenya are the perfect options for the first drink of your day; they offer a coppery colored, full-bodied beverage.
INDIAN TEAS: Darjeeling tea is also a good option as breakfast tea. Assam tea is also a flavorful tea that can be served during breakfast or sometime mid-morning.
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