White Tea ~ hands down. It has the best taste, very subtle and mellow. Relaxing and extremely healthy.
"Since white tea is the rarest of all types of tea, it was traditionally reserved for Chinese Emperors." ( on the back of my Salada White Tea box. )
I like Iced tea. I am more of a coffee drinker when it comes to hot drinks
Since quitting caffeine last summer, naturally decaffeinated herbal teas such as rooibos and ginger tea have become a lifesaver.
I drink Coffee more than Tea. Tea however, is a lovely refreshing drink and sometimes, nothing else will do! My favourite brand is 'Yorkshire Tea'. I assume it's only available in the UK. I also love a cup of 'Earl Grey' tea on occasions. It's deliciously refreshing with a lemony twist.
Well, I can't really say one but two favorites: chai tea is my favorite milk-tea and ginger is my favorite water tea.
Chai tea is always my first choice. I mix 1 spoonful of french vanilla creamer and 1 spoonful of honey in. Perfection. I also like citrus/cinnamon teas as well.
Earl Gray. Each kind of tea does something to give you a reaction. Black tea makes me tired and sleepy. While Green Tea is supposed to help your skin and age appearance. Try to find the one that fits you.
Yorkshire tea. I am in Brazil and anytime someone travels to the UK, they bring me a box back. It is one of the few things I miss from England.
Well I'm from the North Carolina and we love us some sweet iced tea. One time I was in New York and I guess I forgot where I was and I tried to order sweet tea. The waitress looked at me like she wanted to kill me lol. Oops.
I also like hot green tea in the mornings. Yum.
Awesome, thanks for the really great feedback everyone! This is a difficult question for me because I have so many favorites. I would have to say green tea is my favorite. I have a Chinese Dragonwell tea from Teavana that tastes really good. It helps to promote alertness and acts as a natural antioxidant.
Peanutricious, Yorkshire sounds like a great tea. I will have to try to get ahold of some!
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