Must-know types of tea

Ginger tea

Ginger tea is one of the spiciest and tasty drinks in the world, with a tendency of stocking the body with disease-fighting antioxidants.

Dandelion Tea

For those of you with a garden, you can probably spot some dandelions from time to time. They grow almost everywhere, but did you know you can eat them too?

Tisane, or Herbal and Fruity Infusions

Tisane teas, or herbal and floral teas, refer to a large selection of plants and fruity infusions that present delicate and sweet tastes and smells.

Exotic tea traditions

Thailand: A very trendy tea

Who hasn’t tried a Thai tea? This is also one of the most popular teas in the world. It is made from strongly-brewed red tea that usually contains anise, red and yellow food colouring and sometimes other spices too.

Thai Iced Tea

In Thailand, perhaps the most famous brew is the delicious Thai iced tea or cha-yen. Made from strongly brewed black Ceylon tea, it is blended with condensed milk and sugar before being served over ice.

Argentina

While India has chai, this South American nation has yerba mate (pronounced ma-tay), an herb "tea" made from its titular herb.

Tea-making tips you need to follow

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Do you want to explore a traditional tea ceremony? Then visit our online tea making workshops. They are intended for ultimate beginners. Visiting our online tea making workshops, you will become a participant of the ancient traditional Japanese ceremony.

Tea ceremonies of varying degrees of formality and authenticity are offered by many organizations across Japan, including at some traditional gardens, culture centers, and hotels. We offer to join a traditional tea ceremony for ultimate beginners and explore all the particularities of tea-making processes and traditions.

Yeona Namgung a professional tea maker