India is a country where more than half of the population wakes up with a single drink: “TEA”. For all those it’s just not a freshly brewed, aromatic and hot drink; it is an emotion. a deep dark and well flourished emotion.
For the tea-holics, here is a list of 6 most famous types of tea’s available in India
Personal tip: try all of this before you die, it’s worth a sip.
1. Green Tea
Green tea is one of the least oxidised tea’s. Freshly plucked tea leaves are dried in pan and then are brewed in hot water.
Health Benefits of green tea are incomparable, it oxidises our body inside and provides various antibodies that help us stay immune. adding to this a cup(200ml) of green tea has only 1 calorie which helps in loosing accumulated fat too.
2. Yellow Tea
Yellow tea is made by the same process as Green tea, but while drying the leaves a left with a bit of moisture so that they can turn yellow by the natural drying process.
It taste the same as black tea, but is slightly milder with pale yellow colour.
3. Black Tea
In Black Tea, the leaves are well fired and fully oxidized. It has a distinct and bold sour taste.
Due to it’s distinct taste it is the most widely consumed tea in the world.
4. White Tea
White tea is brewed from young leaves which are naturally wilted and dried.
White tea got is name by the so called presence of silvery-white pubescent hairs on the surface of young tea buds and also for the light cream-colored liquor
It’s quite floral and tastes incredibly light, and bright.
5. Oolong Tea
Oolong tea is made from bruised and semi-oxidized tea leaves.
Due to partial oxidation, the leaves tend to develop rich flavours without any briskness.
6. Pink Tea
Pink tea is also known as noon tea or Kashmiri tea, it is a tradition there.
It is made with regular dried tea leave, nut, milk, salt and a pink of baking soda to renderer the tea this rosy pink colour.