The best way to relax after a tiring day is by sipping on a warm cup of tea. Other than providing relaxation, tea is beneficial for heart health, aids digestion, and might regulate blood sugar levels as well. To enhance tea’s taste, people worldwide add ingredients like sugar, honey, spices, or lemon. Let us look at the 15 best tea flavours brought to you from tea gardens globally.
1. Irish Breakfast
This tea flavour has a strong component of Assam. Due to this, it gets a malty flavour with a reddish colour. It is available in both loose form and teabag form. However, people generally serve it with milk to get a dark and deep flavour.
The meaning of the word Rooibos is red bush. Although it has gained popularity across the globe now, it is a popular tea flavour that South Africans love.
3. Mint Tea Flavours
This tea flavour tastes mildly sweet and minty. South Koreans traditionally call it ‘Bakha-Cha’. If made with spearmint or peppermint, it turns into spearmint tea and peppermint tea.
4. Honeybush, Mandarin, Orange
This is a mixture of citrus and tangy fruits. The honeybush adds up to its sweetness. It has a strong citrus flavour and the smell of oranges.
Derived from the Asteraceae plant family, the very popular tea flavour chamomile tea has several antioxidants which are beneficial for health. For example, it boosts immunity prevents bloating and diarrhoea.
It is a prevalent tea in India. Indians make this by brewing it up with milk and spices. The spices that Indians add to enhance its taste are cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, or cloves.
7. Green Tea
The green and black tea belong to the same plant family, Camellia Sinensis. The brewing process decides the colour of the tea. Depending on the type of green tea one chooses, the taste varies from sweet, bitter, or floral.
Considered one of the oldest teas, this tea flavour is generally sweet in taste and served as a dessert.
This is a popular South American drink made with dried peach leaves. The peach tree has a high medicinal value that helps one boost immunity.
10. Earl Grey
It is a classic British tea belonging to the black tea category. It has a balance of bitter and bright taste. One can add milk, lemon, sugar, or honey to enhance its flavour.
This tea flavour is an excellent source of vitamin C and is beneficial for our health. It also helps clean the liver and flush out harmful toxins from our bodies. To enhance its taste and nutritional value, one can add honey to it.
It is a herbal tea made with cinnamon powder or cinnamon extract. One can also make it by crushing cinnamon barks which come in the form of sticks. Besides being delicious, it improves immunity, prevents diseases, and helps in weight loss.
It is a popular tea flavour from Darjeeling, WB. It gives a thin-bodied, light-colored infusion and a beautiful aroma when brewed properly.
14. Pumpkin Spice Black
This tea is very flavorful and spicy and has a sweet pumpkin flavour in addition to it. It is a great option to energize oneself on a warm, cozy day.
15. English Breakfast
This is one of the most popular tea flavours and is a mixture of different teas originating from Kenya, Assam and Ceylon. Its taste is enhanced by adding milk and sugar.
Halmari Tea is regarded as one of the best tea manufacturers from Assam. Visit the official website of Halmari and buy a collection of tea handcrafted just for you. These were the 15 best tea flavours from the world, which you definitely need to try.