Once reserved only for Chinese emperors to enjoy, its delicate flavour, derived from fresh, young silver tea buds is mythic.
Is there anything green tea can’t do? First of all it’s delicious. The flavours of green tea can vary from sweet and delicate to oceanic to slightly smoky.
It’s as fun to drink as it is to say. Its Chinese name means black dragon tea. But make no mistake, oolong is not a black tea. Nor is it green. It’s somewhere in between.
Black tea isn't just tasty. It provides enough energy to build empires, stay out late, wake up early or just get through the day.
In China, earthy pu’erh teas have been used to control weight and aid digestion for more than 1,700 years. It’s one of those rarities that true tea collectors go mad for.
Sweet, toasty, smoky and smooth. This South American super-herb is packed with antioxidants and energy-giving stimulants.
Made from a South African plant, rooibos is an antioxidant-filled, caffeine-free alternative that blends oh-so-well with so many flavours.
For thousands of years, herbal teas have been made with fresh or dried flowers, leaves, seeds or roots, by letting them steep in hot water for a few minutes.