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 Need an energy drink. Try Oolong. This tea is often considered the most difficult to process as oolong leaves are only partially oxidized. The leaves cannot be broken or crushed, as full oxidation would occur, so they must only be bruised. Bruising tea for oolong usually occurs by throwing the leaves in baskets so only the edges of the leaves are opened to air. Oolongs can be more like black teas or more like green teas in their fermentation. Pouchong and Formosa are two kinds of oolong tea. Both Barley and Oolong when coupled with ice are great thirst quenchers

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Green Tea: Green tea is closer to white tea than black tea as it is non-oxidized. The difference between white and green tea is that green tea uses rolled leaves and not the buds. The grassy taste of green tea is very similar to that of white tea and green tea is low in caffeine and high in antioxidants compared to black tea. It has a very natural favor that is an ultimate stress buster.

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 Feeling Blue? Try a variety fruit flavors, right from raspberry, lemon, orange, peppermint, peach, starwberry and even vanilla. These herbal teas can be made from many different flowers and herbs. You may even want to add ginger, cardamom and other spices too, it will enlighten the weather blues and shoo away any cold and cough.

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Indian Chai: Indian Chai is a culture and not just a hot spiced drink. In India, chai is a part of daily life, that goes beyond having something hot and delicious to drink. It is part of the culture and in many cases, the way a woman is perceived is at least somewhat dependent on her ability to make and serve chai properly. It is an necessary for any creative brainstorming.

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White Tea: If caffeine rush is not what you are looking for, but need a more healthier and refreshing change, try white tea. It is the least processed and gets its name from its silver-colored dried buds with their white, thread-like growths. White tea has the least amount of caffeine and the highest amount of antioxidants of the four main types of tea. Silver Needle is a type of white tea with a delicately sweet flavor.

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Black tea: It is for those who want to cut down on their coffee yet want something as perky. Black tea has a very strong flavor, since it requires extensive oxidation during process, which gives the brew a more robust taste and higher caffeine level. It will keep you pepped up for the rest of your day.

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A cup of tea... aah! that's the first drink I can have on any morning. I call it a tea addiction and I'm sure many who have have the habit of tea would swear by what it does to them. A cup of tea over normal chit chat with friends, or when you are sick and down, sizzling hot cup of tea with some pakoras... ummm yummmy.. that can beat any weather blues.  Why tea, you may ask. Why not coffee and when you really have coffee shops at absolutely every corner, finding tea is a little diffcult, if you are not visiting somebody. While having excess coffee can be addictive and have negative influence on health, including bad coffee breath, headaches, dehydration and anxiety, tea is one of the most healthy drinks around.

Tea not only contains antioxidants that help fight cancer, it helps boost immune system, increases mental alertness, lowers stress and for some it helps them sleep better.

There are over a thousand different types of tea from more than thirty countries, which means there are flavors and characters for everyone’s palate. It will a lifetime to explore the varied tastes, scents and colors of all the tea in the world.

To be able to decide what tea suits your needs best, here a quick handy guide.

 
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