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Article: Top 7 Delicious Teas You Need to Try

Top 7 Delicious Teas You Need to Try
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Top 7 Delicious Teas You Need to Try

Tea has been a popular and favoured drink throughout the centuries. Entire nations have risen, fallen, and risen again on the back of the tea industry.

There are so many different types of teas to try, and an equal number of ways to drink them. Tea can be relaxing or invigorating or used for medicinal purposes. Some brews are even designed for visual appeal, as the blooms unfurl in a glass when submerged in hot water.

Below, we’ll cover 7 delicious teas you need to try.

1. Green Jasmine tea

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Green Jasmine tea is a hearty, refreshing drink with several purported health benefits. This tea is known to rejuvenate the skin, lower blood pressure, cholesterol, and even reduce stress. If you prefer mild drinks, you’ll love the fragrance of Green Jasmine and its light and revitalising taste.

2. Chamomile tea

Chamomile tea is the perfect relaxing tea before bed. Chamomile is known to boost immunity, relieve muscle cramps and reduce anxiety and agitation. If you love the taste and the process of making tea, but you can’t handle caffeine, then chamomile tea is perfect for you. Along with its numerous health benefits, it’s also a pretty tea and it smells great too.

3. Orange Pekoe


Do you prefer a distinct, bold tasting tea? Orange Pekoe tea fits the bill. This is a long-stemmed tea with a warm fragrance. It’s a medium blend so it’s a bit bolder than the previous two types of tea. Orange Pekoe has enough caffeine in it to give you a boost, but it’s not too bold as to give you the jitters. If you’re a fan of the distinct Orange Pekoe taste, you can drink it all day long.

4. Black Chai 

Of all the different teas, Black Chai is one of the most popular and unique. It’s also a trendy choice amongst tea connoisseurs worldwide. Black Chai tea is infused with sharp, bold cloves and cardamom, with cinnamon and nutmeg for a bit of spicy pizzazz. The perfect type of tea for winter weather, Black Chai is a great tea when you need an energy lift from the dreary autumn and winter cold. But it’s great on ice in the summer, too! What’s more, it’s full of antioxidants and other health benefits.

5. Peppermint tea


Peppermint tea has been around for centuries, thanks to its refreshing flavour. This popular herbal tea can give you a much-needed natural pick me up, the perfect solution to a mid-afternoon slump. Light and minty, your cup of peppermint tea can also clear your sinuses and aid digestion; historically, it has often been drunk after meals for this very purpose.

6. Forest Berry


Have a desire for a fruity, sweet tea? Forest Berry teas are a new twist on an old invention. Infused with wildflowers and berries, this type of tea will invigorate and refresh you on a hot day. Or for a taste of summer in bleak mid-winter, heat up a cup of forest berry tea and daydream away the cold.  

7. Lemongrass Ginger

The combination of Lemongrass & Ginger makes this tea an addictive blend to drink. They just taste so good together. And did you know that lemongrass and ginger are both packed with antioxidants, have anti-inflammatory properties and are believed to lower the risk of chronic disease. So, not only will this tea give you that energy boost you need, but it can also relieve pain and inflammation. That’s a winning combo in our opinion.


Teas are the perfect drink to restore your energy levels, relieve stress and take care of your health. With so many different teas to choose from, you’ll be sure to find the ideal tea for you, no matter the season.

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