Something is wrong if two people don’t get into a catfight over a cup of tea or a tumbler of coffee. The debate can never end. A good fraction of people can’t start their day without tea or get through the afternoons without a cup of tea, and it’s understood as courtesy to offer tea to your guests, especially in Indian households. 

But what is tea? Is it just limited to getting tea leaves from your local store and heating them with water or milk? Absolutely not. It’s impossible to keep drinking the plain single flavour tea, so there are multiple flavours available for people to try in their daily tumbler of tea. Tea loaded with medicinal benefits and a refreshing taste is all you need to start your day with! Check out the list of tea types that you should try at least once in your life. 

Anytime is Teatime – 10 Types of Tea That You Should Try

1. Ginger Honey Tea


A cup of ginger-honey tea every morning or when you are sick can bring you lots of immunity and energy. As both the components are rich in anti-oxidant properties, this particular drink works like a medicine and immunity booster. It is helpful if you are struggling with motion sickness, flu, arthritis or a crazy upset stomach. Ginger Honey Tea is a one-stop solution for everything. Grate some ginger and toss into the tea concoction while it is on low heat in a pan. Pour your ginger tea in an insulated tumbler, and then add some natural honey instead of artificial sugar. You can also make a good huge quantity and carry it in a stainless steel flask for the days when you have a runny nose. 

2. Peppermint Tea


Peppermint tea is probably a genuine gift from nature to the whole world. If you are struggling to get some sound sleep at night or your days are full of stress. Getting some peppermint tea can help because the peppermint herb is known to have muscle relaxant qualities.  Tear some mint leaves into some boiling water with tea. Boil it until you can smell a pleasing aroma, then pour your peppermint tea in a tumbler with some honey. 

3. White Tea


Not a lot of people are aware of the benefits of white tea. This tea is full of antioxidants, and that makes it an extremely healthy drink. If one has to discuss the specifics, it may protect you against Parkinson’s disease, reduce the risk of heart-related conditions and skin ageing. It also burns fat and boosts metabolism. Ensure that you try this tea at least once and be surprised about how it serves you well. 

4. Chamomile Tea


Who wouldn’t love the idea of drinking some pretty white flowers? Drinking some chamomile tea for a month will make you realise how it has reduced the menstrual cramps and the anxiety you go through on your monthly cycle. It has a variety of benefits, ranging from treating cold symptoms to cancer prevention. Chamomile tea has been used in folk medicine for years, so wait no more and get yourself some pretty white flowery tea!

5. Green Tea


It will be challenging to find someone who is not aware of the benefits of green tea. Unlike the processed tea available in the market that loses their nutrient values before reaching your cup, green tea is less processed and indeed healthier. Green tea helps you regulate the blood sugar value, control cholesterol and is full of catechin content that prevents cell damage. If you are looking for a substitute for your daily sugary drink, then carrying some green tea in your steel tumbler can be a great fix.

6. Matcha Tea


If you want to know why Zen-Monks can live their lives without stress, then Matcha Tea is the answer. A kind of dried green tea that comes from Japanese culture is nothing less than art. The matcha leaves are full of the chlorophyll content, which is obtained right before the harvest period. This content helps the matcha tea to work as a detoxifier and cleanses the blood. If you try Matcha Tea for a while and understand the benefits, it might even replace your regular coffee in your coffee mug.

7. Earl Grey Tea


Like no other tea, Earl Gray can help you beat the cavities (that does not mean that you should stop brushing and flossing). People who suffer from mild mood disorders may also benefit from this one of a kind tea as it is full of muscle relaxants and anti-oxidants and will elevate your mood in no time. Make sure that you get your hands on this tea right away.

8. Oolong Tea


Do you think about the devastating skin diseases? Then, start having Oolong Tea to be cured. Eczema is a skin disease that makes your skin go red and become flaky. According to science, drinking Oolong Tea can treat mild Eczema to a moderate level. Apart from helping your skin become healthy, Oolong Tea promotes heart health, weight loss and fights the free radicals by working as anti-oxidants. Fill your tumbler glass with some Oolong Tea today!

9. Hibiscus Tea


Another addition to the pretty flower tea family is hibiscus tea. It is not limited to the idea of drinking pink flowers but also expands to the massive bundle of healthy enzymes. Having a hibiscus teacup is an excellent idea if you are looking for a sour taste but equally packed with abilities to protect you from diseases. Rich in antioxidants and protects your liver and fight urinary tract infections.

10. Tulsi Tea


Tulsi is a herb that is super-rich and has been used in herbal medicinal formations for years now. Having a Tulsi Teacup in the morning every day can help you maintain thyroid levels, support a healthy adrenal function, and get a good sleep. 

Final Words

The world is no less than a pandora’s box, full of mysteries, especially for people who love tea. So, make sure that you get yourself a chance to try as much tea as you can in this life. And if you are a tea lover, investing in an insulated tumbler can you help keep you tea warm until the last sip.