Tea is used as daily morning drink in most of the houses not just because of the flavor but also because of its umpteen numbers of health benefits. Tea reduces the risk of heart disease. It can potentially improve the flow of blood around the body by widening of key arteries and minimizing the risk of clots. Tea also contains antioxidants called “flavonoids”; that slows down the onset and the risk of heart diseases.
With changes in the tastes and preferences of the tea connoisseurs; there has been introduction of many varieties of tea to suit the preferences of the customers. Today, one can taste and try umpteen numbers of exiting flavors of the tea including Darjeeling tea, Matcha tea, Jasmine tea, Green tea, Hibiscus tea etc. Every blend has unique taste and texture and has varied health benefits.
Assam tea comes from the beautiful state of Assam in India, situated on the river Brahmaputra. The tea is harvested from the plant of camellia sinensis only, with assamica being the particular variety. In addition to this, the Assam blends are sold in the form of breakfast teas with English, Irish and Scottish varieties being among them.
There are mainly two things that come to our mind when we hear the name ‘Darjeeling- 1) The stunning mountain range and aromatic tea of the region. This amazing tourist place is famous across the world for Darjeeling tea. A variety of tea blend is available in white, black, green and oolong. In addition to this, freshness, enticing aroma and light color of Darjeeling tea make it a favorite beverage for all. The tea manufacturers take the greatest care to preserve these unique features of the blends of this area.
Green tea from Darjeeling is known to have high amounts of antioxidants as well as is anti-carcinogenic. Green tea is dried and steamed for processing not fermented, and this is the reason the natural benefits are retained. Do you know most tea connoisseurs believe that there is a special technique to brew green tea to enjoy its flavors and tastes at its best?