5 Different Flavours Of Tea


Drinking tea has a lot of health benefits. Tea contains antioxidants, lowers stress hormone levels, eases irritability and headaches! Not only that, tea can also cause a temporary increase in short term memory. But have you got bored of drinking the same normal flavor of tea everyday? If yes, then this definitely is the right page for you.

List of 5 different flavors of tea

1. Green Tea

Green tea is a tea that originates from the plant species – Camellia sinensis. Green tea preparation is different than that of black tea that we make at home. While making green tea, do keep in mind that if the tea leaves are steeped in water that’s over 90°C, the tea will become bitter. So, steep it in water that’s not too hot. It is scientifically proven that green tea helps to reduce excess body fat. It must be mentioned that green tea has a lot of health benefits !


2. Yellow tea

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The name originates from straw coloured liquor. After very early spring buds or tips are pan-fired, they are wrapped in special cloth, a step that is repeated several times over a period of up to three days, gently oxidizing the leaves before the final slow charcoal drying. This smothering process pulls the aromas back into the buds and creates a more aromatic and mature tea, free of the “grassy” taste and astringency found in many green teas.


3. White tea

Image result for white teaThe tea which is one of the most minimally processed tea is white tea.White tea is harvested before the tea plant’s leaves open fully, when the young buds are still covered by fine white hairs, that is why, the name is “white” tea.Because these minimally processed and delicate teas made from young buds were difficult to store and transport without spoiling, white teas were rarely available outside of the tea growing regions in the Fujian province. As loose leaf tea production methods improved, the process for creating white teas expanded beyond the Fujian province and into other regions of the world thirsty for a rare and exquisite tea.

4. Blended Tea

Blended tea is a tea that has different flavors and aromas. Blended tea is the final product of mixing of a lot of different teas. Teas from different regions are blended before getting processed. The art of making blended tea is called tea blending. Tea blending was originally intended to mask inconsistencies in the flavor of batches of tea. If you are a tea lover, you must try blended tea!

5. Oolong tea

Oolong, as the name suggests, is a Chinese traditional tea. It’s made from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant, the same plant used to make green tea and black tea. The difference is in how the tea is processed.Green tea is not allowed to oxidize much, but black tea is allowed to oxidize until it turns black. Oolong tea is somewhere in between the two, so it is partially oxidized.This partial oxidation is responsible for oolong tea’s color and characteristic taste


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