Herbal Tea

Herbal teas, sometimes called tisanes, are very similar to white teas, but they contain a blend of herbs, spices or other plants in addition to tea leaves. Herbal teas don’t contain caffeine, which is why they’re known for their calming properties.

Fruit Tea

The base of the fruit tea is a black tea in which the natural essence of fruit is added.

The notion is that every fruit tea is used for refreshment and it can be made out of any fruit. Some of the most popular fruit tea flavors are cherry, blackcurrant, raspberry, orange and many others. There can also be found tea made of fruit combination.

Flower Tea

Indonesian tea is known for having the world's highest catechin content (a natural antioxidant).

The main benefit of drinking flower tea is the sense of relax, the fragrance of the rose and its substantial content able to relief anxiety and depression.

There are so many type of flower tea such as:

1. Rose Tea
2. Butterfly Pea Tea
3. Hibiscus Tea
4. Globe Amaranth Tea
5. Etc

White Tea

White tea is a tea made from tea tree like the other tea like black tea and green tea. The thing that makes white tea different is the process. Different with the other tea, White tea didn’t pass the fermentation process. It is the least process tea. The chosen leaves (the immature leaves, still tightly closed) are only withered by water then dried in the sunshine.

The less process it passed the more antioxidants and cafein remains on the leaves. White tea contains the highest cathecins and poly-phenol than any other tea which from the same tree like green tea and black tea.

Uncured and unfermented. One study showed that white tea has the most potent anticancer properties compared to more processed teas.

Green Tea

Green tea is exceptionally high in flavonoids that can help boost your heart health by lowering bad cholesterol and reducing blood clotting.

Green tea is popular for it’s high antioxidant and very helpful for weight loss program and for skincare treatment. Even though It is from the same tea tree just like black tea and white tea, green tea different in the process.

The process to make green tea is withering the leaves with the clear water, heating, rolling, then drying, without being fermented or oxidized. this process makes the antioxidants remains on the leaves. Besides its ability to maintain the weight and the skin, green tea also has the ability to cure some diseases, such as Diabetes, Heart Disease, Esophageal Cancer, Cholesterol etc.

Black Tea

Black tea is made from the large-leaved tea tree different from the other tea which made from the small-leaved tea tree like green tea and white tea.

The process to make tea is like another tea. The chosen tea leaves withered by water, then rolled, and what makes black tea different is that the leaves are fermented before it heated.

The leaves fully oxidized in the controlled humidity and temperature makes black tea’s flavor remains for several years not like green tea.

Black tea has the highest caffeine content and forms the basis for flavored teas like chai, along with some instant teas. Studies have shown that black tea may protect lungs from damage caused by exposure to cigarette smoke. It also may reduce the risk of stroke.

Black tea is the most popular tea besides all of the kind of tea.

There are only two types of black tea, Orthodox and CTC, orthodox tea accounts for almost 80% of total national black tea production. The highest grades of the orthodox tea is the broken orang pecko (BOP), there are also lower grades include fannings and dust. CTC is also classified into many grades that also include pecko, fanning and dust.

Jasmine Tea

Jasmine tea is a tea made from the petal of jasmine flower. It is usually used as the addition of the basic tea like black tea, green tea or white tea for the scent. But it can be also pure jasmine to get the strong fragrance.

The scent of jasmine tea can make relax and reduce the stress. It is very enjoyable to drink a cup of jasmine tea in the evening after the hectic day to make the body and brain relax.

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