Donna Rachel Edmunds
Donna Rachel is a British writer who, like most Brits, can be found with a cup of tea in her hand at almost any time of day. She shares her home with her husband, three cats, and a cupboard full of teas for all occasions.
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Black tea has long been a popular drink worldwide. In England, a third of people drink four to five cups a day, while Americans drank nearly 85 billion cups in 2021 alone. But there’s much more to black tea than your standard cup…
The original tea, drunk for many centuries before other teas were invented, green tea has long been valued for its health benefits and on its own merits as a smooth, flavorful and refreshing drink. Perfect for all times of day, and versatile to be drunk hot, cold, as a boba tea or even in cocktails, green tea really is the king of teas.
If you’re looking for a tea to warm you up on a cold winter’s day, or as a comforting evening drink, look no further than chai tea. It can be made using any tea as a base; the trick is in getting the spicing blend just right.
Dazzling in color and with a unique umami flavor, akin to a seaweed or spinach, matcha’s unrivaled health properties recommend it as an essential addition to the daily routine of any tea lover.