When people talk generally of tea in Western culture, they’re often referring to black tea. Sun tea, sweet tea, iced tea, afternoon tea…these well-known categories of tea are typically made using black tea. Even the popular English Breakfast and Earl Grey blends are made from black tea leaves.
This is in contrast to Eastern culture—in countries like China and Japan—where tea typically refers to green tea. So what’s the difference between black and green tea? And how did black tea become so popular in the West?
Have you ever heard people criticizing your choices in having caffeinated drinks like tea and coffee?.
If you are drinking tea for health benefits, I recommend drinking a tea you’ll love. After all, the healthiest tea for you is the one you’ll want to drink every day!……Lindsey Goodwin
Thinking of evading boredom and gaining energy, the word ‘tea’ pops up in your mind. After water, tea is possibly the second most popular drink in the world. ……SHRUTI GOENKA