The look of tea in 31 different flavours

Second to water tea is the most consumed drink in the world. As I told in the post “what is l-theanine” if u want the benefits of l-theanine u have to drink tea, LOTS OF TEA! Today you will know the look of 31 different tea flavours! 

1. Clitoria Ternatea

The butterfly pea an beautifull tea to behold. One of few that is blue of colour. It is free of caffeine and is known in Thailand as a hair strengthener. The name clitoria is given because the plant form resembles the vulva

2. Blooming

The blooming tea is also known as flowering tea. They are known for their natural taste and lovely aroma. Aside from the taste it is also good for curing insomnia

3. Bubble tea

Invented in the 1980, gaining momentum in the west around 2010. It consist of a milky tea flavor as the beverage with at the bottom tapioca balls. Careful though as it is full of sugar

4. Chinese Oolong

Oolong tea comes from the same plant form which green and black tea are made of. The difference is the unique procress that takes place under the strong sun 

5. Cannabis Tea

One of the many ways to consume marijuana. Thing to note is that fatty substances are added, this to absorb the THC in the marijuana 

6. Jujube Tea

An herbal t, made from drief jubejube fruits. The jubejube fruit look like berries and are eatable, another name for the tea is Chinese dates

7. Hong kong iced milk

Not consumed while hot. The biggest difference between the Hong Kong iced milk tea and the USA Sweet iced tea is the Hong Kong is not as sweet and contains milk to give it that deep flavor

8. Malian Tea

The Malian Tea is consumed ina ceremony of three stages. The first is very bitter, followed up with sweeting it a little bit. And to end it the tea is more sugar than tea 

9. Green Tea Cocktail

A cocktail mix made of the fine matcha tea(cold), gin, lemon juice and ginger honey syrup. Nice to behold and even nicer to drink 

10. Chinese Tea Gancha

The tea made from china has gone through traditional Chinese methods to process the tea leaves. They drink it for a variety of reasons 

11. Iced Tea

The sweet iced tea of the USA. In typical American style this tea is made by brewing strong tea leaves, adding sugar, baking soda and finishing this of with a fresh lemon

12. Iran Chai

Made of the black tea leaf and a special kettle on a low fire. The one thing to note here is that the sugar cubes are far more harder  than regular sugar cubes

13. Cha Yen

Thailand’s version of iced milk tea. Called cha yean it made from Thai tea and condensed milk

14. Masala Chai Pakistan

Certainly deserving a role here is the spicy and creamy masala chai. The masala chai brewed from black tea is one of the most popular drink in the cuisine of Pakistan 

15. Matcha Iced Cold

A fresh variant of the famous matcha tea. The recipe is simple, you first shake you matcha in a cocktail shaker, then add ice, mint and lime juice and some syrup in a glass

16. Korean Tea

The omija cha, made from the berries of shisandra chinensis. The thing with Korean tea is that the most of the leaves are not fermented

17. Matcha Japan

Japan famous for its legendary tea ritual. The green tea here has been made into green tea powder 

18. UK

The simplistic black tea, is a feature of the UK. Just as wilt coffee it can be consumed with or without sugar and milk 

19. Morocco Mint

Made from the spear mint giving a delightful smell into the room it is served. Not only does it smell great it is also said to help calm down if you have stomach pain 

20. Matcha Tea Latte

For anyone who doesn’t like the bitter taste of coffee, I present to you the matcha green tea latte. Because of the high levels of caffeine this should be the perfect substitute for just coffee

21. Raspberry Leaf Tea

The raspberry leaf tea has earned a reputation amongst the pregnant community. This because it eases the labour pain and it increases the milk supply for breastfeeding 

22. Russian Tea

No there isn't any vodka in this type of tea. You would be surprised of how strong tea is a part of the Russian culture. About 82% of the Russians consume tea daily 

23. Yerba matte argentina

Most of the time I speak about the health benefits when theanine and caffeine are mixed. Yerba matte is exactly that beverage. And it being the national drink of argentina I gues the people also know

24. Noon Chai Pakistan

Also known as pink tea. It orginated from india, with the tradition to consume it with breads and pastries. The pronounced pink color comes from a pinch of baking soda that is added

25. Tibetan Butter Tea

Po Cha also known as butter tea. As it name implies it is made from butter and: organic black tea, salt and milk. Resulting in a mixture with a bitter taste 

26. Tunesian Tea

A new take on the mint tea. As can be seen the mint tea leaves are not yet added, but still in the center. Added are almonds and pignoli popular snacks for consuming with tea

27. Turkish Tea

Next to being famous for its coffee Turkey is also good in making tea. Brewing the black tea in a two chamber pot and serving it with the option to have sugar 

28. White Tea

The special tea. Made from the camellia sinensis. And contains a vasts amounts of theanine. Because of the special procedure to make it it’s more expensive than just regular tea 

29. South African Rooibos

You can recognize this tea from the vivid right color. With a taste that described plain, with a little bit of sweet, earthy and vanilla 

30. Vivid Matcha

This is a company that also knew about the vast amount of advantages of theanine and caffeine. They decided to produce their own drink that would contain both of these. Much respect for this company for producing this drink. Check out their website out here

31. Kombucha Mature

Ever heard fermantation? Well this is fermantated tea. The one purpose of Kombucha Mature is being rich in vitamins and minerals. 

fatjong

fatjong

Hey there, I'm a former student of nutrition and dietetics. During my study I became obsessed with the positive effects of antioxidants. Unfortunately there wasn't much information available for the antioxidant of tea.

I made Theaninezone for two reasons, to teach others about the positive effects of Theanine and to give you reviewed products that are worth buying.
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Hey there, I'm a former student of nutrition and dietetics. During my study I became obsessed with the positive effects of antioxidants. Unfortunately there wasn't much information available for the antioxidant of tea. I made Theaninezone for two reasons, to teach others about the positive effects of Theanine and to give you reviewed products that are worth buying.

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