Britain is known for being a nation of tea lovers – whenever having a crisis a good cup of tea is always welcome, a first thing in the morning cup of tea is another treat as well as the first cup of tea on the return home from holiday abroad.
As well as popular black tea, there are many different types of teas – fruity flavoured teas are popular, as well as teas that help with ailments such as this herbal tea for digestion https://www.vivolife.co.uk/blogs/news/a-big-maca-mistake-gelatinsed-vs-raw-maca-powder – here are some of the most popular teas around the world – how many have you tried?
Black Tea – This is the main popular tea that is enjoyed in the UK, – usually taken with milk and sometimes sugar as it can be a slightly bitter taste to some people. In fact, it is so popular that in the UK and Ireland over 150 million cups of tea per day are consumed!
Green Tea – This is one of the more popular teas in the East, particularly Japan, but is rapidly gaining popularity in the UK too due to the fact it has a wide range of health benefits. From reducing blood pressure to lowering cancer risks there are a range of great health properties that green tea has.
Dandelion Tea – Dandelions are abundant in gardens, but not many people realise that you can drink them! The mild and slightly floral taste is perfect for a summer tea, and best of all it is free from the garden!