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Like many other teas in this list, matcha tea originally comes from the Camellia sinensis plant, but it’s grown differently to other teas. Interestingly, for the last three weeks of its growth, it’s grown in the shade which causes an overproduction of chlorophyll. This is what gives it the bright green colour. 36 Tea is more than just something you brew in your cup with hot water, it actually has a very specific definition. All true teas come from the same plant, Camelia sinensis. Camelia sinensis is an evergreen shrub native to Southern China and India. It has been cultivated for the past 4,000 years as both a medicinal plant and as a social and cultural beverage. Medications: Medications that can cause blue or green urine include cimetidine (Tagamet), amitriptyline, indomethacin (Indocin), promethazine (Phenergan), and vitamin B supplements. The color of “typical” urine falls from light yellow to a deeper amber color. The urochrome pigment naturally in your urine becomes more diluted as you drink water. Author George Orwell was a tea obsessive and in 1946 published a guide to brewing the perfect cup. He was so particular he insisted the pot be taken to the kettle rather than the other way round, so the boiling water did not cool.

The flowers, leaves and stems are used for herbal supplements. Meanwhile, passionflower is used as infusions, teas, liquid extracts, and tinctures. 40 Google 'passionflower tea' and we can guarantee that better sleep, or something very similar, will feature among the list of benefits, as it is believed to support relaxation and sleep. 41 You just want to drink milk. Good for your calcium, but let’s not pretend this is a cup of tea. Don’t be this person! This tea is also known as “post fermented” tea. This includes the better known Pu-erh tea although the term “Pu-erh” technically refers only to dark teas produced in the area of Pu-erh. The broader category is “Heicha” or dark tea. These teas are often pressed into cakes and stored for long periods of time to develop their flavors. Bear with, bear with; I think there might be something in it. I’m a newbie in such matters as I only began drinking tea three years ago. I consider it a pandemic skill every bit as valid as learning to unicycle or play Rachmaninov, and arguably far more transferable.

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But there is a vast range of teas within those groups too, not to mention herbal teas, which we’ve listed below. Alfalfa tea Flavour: As the name suggests, it tastes citrusy (like lemons), but with a hint of mint. It also goes wonderfully well with honey, agave syrup and a dash of lemon juice.

To get to the bottom of the debate, thortful release their new Pantone tea scale to reveal what your brew says about you. Featuring eight tea types including: Oolongs are truly the most complicated teas to manufacture. The key to making a successful oolong is in the processing in the crafting of the leaf. Oolongs are semi-oxidized and the range of oxidation is from 35 to 80 per cent, the latitude that allows tea makers to tweak the leaf into a tea that reflects their own expression of style. Flavour: Those who drink alfalfa tea describe it as having a mild, earthy taste, with a subtle vegetable hint, making it an ideal warming drink for a cold winter's day.

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There are 6 main type of true teas. These are often referred to as tea colors, White tea, Yellow Tea, Green Tea, Oolong Tea, Red Tea and Dark Tea (Heicha). All 6 of these tea colors come from the Camelia sinensis plant. There are lots of things to consider when trying a new tea. Do you want caffeinated tea? Do you like it with milk? Do you want it to support a specific health area? Thortful also carried out research to reveal how our tea-drinking habits have changed this year. According to Google Search Trends data, the search term ‘how to make a perfect cup of tea’ has seen a 250% growth in the last year… perhaps all that extra time at home has made us want to perfect our cuppa!

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