Popular sorts of tea
Black tea, or red tea in China, is one of the most popular tea flavors and is fully oxidized. The leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant are withered, rolled, oxidized / fermented, and dried or fired to produce a strong, full-bodied flavor.
Darjeeling is the top Indian tea. It has a light, nutty flavor as compared to the bold and robust taste of other black teas.
This particular drink originates in the Russian/Siberian region, and the ‘Chaga’ mushroom is native to much of Northern and Eastern Europe, and Asia.
Exclusive types of tea
Oolong tea is made from the same plant that produces black and green tea, but while black tea is fully oxidized and green tea is not oxidized, oolong is semi-oxidized, then rolled to give it its signature shape.
Green tea is made from tea leaves, which are only through one filtering process. Because it contains many antioxidants, green tea benefits include helping to fight certain types of cancer such as breast cancer and lung cancer, and reduce cholesterol levels in the body.
Smoky and fragrant with hints of citrus Earl Grey refers to any black tea with bergamot flavor added, but traditionally it is a blend of Indian and Ceylon teas.