With larger varieties of tea, it’s a world full with fusion of taste, blend of varieties and much needed vibrant flavors that adds life to your palate. This any season drink is a paradise to keep your taste buds smiling and keeps you hydrated anytime. Tea can be consumed almost year-round whether the temperature is rising outside or even it is cold. Tea’s popularity has surged over past few decades due to its magical aromatic vibes and unchanged physical health benefits. Tea lends a holistic approach towards your body focusing on human wellness.
Just going through a busiest day, one usually consumes several beverages not counting on the calories or over its nutritious value. Incorporating a tea habit can be a great addition to your health and diet. Moreover, it’s easy to brew and get a sip to feel the vibes that mind can’t resist.
1. Rich source of Antioxidants
Tea is a rich source of anti-oxidant that help blocking muscular degenerations, DNA damages associated with consumption of tobacco or unhealthy beverages. Antioxidant includes flavonoids that help keeping away certain medical conditions to affect the body such as Alzheimer’s disease, few cancers and also has an anti-aging effect in this stream.
World’s most commonly used tea varieties, black tea and green tea have 10 times more antioxidants compared to those found in most of the vegetables and fruits. Teas are mostly rich in polyphenols which is also a type of antioxidant. Antioxidants not only detoxify the body but also scavenge cell-damaging free radicals.
Brewed green tea and black tea have more Thearubigins, Epicatechins and Catechins which are also few types of antioxidant. Countries like China and Japan are biggest tea drink less reported heart diseases and low cancer rates compared to the western side of the world.
2. Less Caffeine Content
Caffeine is a good ingredient for improving alertness, stimulating metabolism in the body. Caffeine sensitivity can be enjoyed steeping fewer tea leaves however, slightly cooler water extracts less caffeine from tea, possibly suits those who find caffeine unpleasant as it may cause anxiety and restlessness kind of feeling. As per studies, this only happens in case of larger intakes i.e. >500mg to the human body.
Caffeine from tea is slowly absorbed by the body in comparison to its ally, coffee. The gentle release of caffeine promotes alertness for a longer period of time with a jittery rush initially or even at the end.
3. Cuts down on Calories
Although other consumables drinks contain at least some amount of calories with them, thus does coffee. But tea varieties such as green and white tea do not add much calorie, since it has larger bodily effects when consumed without sugar or other taste enhancers.
Delightful taste buds without any adverse corollaries are truly a health paradise. Tea, along with its eternal journey of freshness has not changed much over the years. It has a highly popular vibe being a weight-watcher among the today’s younger generations. You can easily found green or black or oolong tea online with a deserved price and quality at your doorstep with tea houses like Great tea road co. making it much easier for you.
4. Improves Immunity Power
Tea masters will always assure you of the immunity benefits of tea. Tea has an aura that is quite disturbed by few non-healthier drinking habits by people of this fast paced generation and ultimately degrading the tranquilities of an active tea drinking culture. It’s about preferences but surely none of them is bad but tea not only increases the metabolic rate but also bolsters the immune defense that helps fighting common infections.
Tea’s medicinal value is impeccable and through its existence over the years, it imbibed from just drinking to the thinking.
5. Reduces risk of Heart related ailments
Light, aromatic and a subtle tea taste helps lowering cardiovascular diseases with ease. A study conducted with around forty thousand odd Japanese adults, who drank 5 cups of green tea a day had 26% lower risk of death from heart attacks or stroke and a 16% lower risk of death from all causes than people who drank less than one cup of tea per day.
The takeaway from your beloved tea choices is quite healthy and tasteful. So, don’t hesitate to get you a perfectly brewed tea. Serve it cold or hot, it’s your choice. But you will enjoy it for sure.
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$2.75 - $15.95
We love this tea! If your goal is a smooth and pick-me-up kind of tea, this is the one! Golden monkey black tea is an exceptional black tea with a hint of cocoa note. A light sweetness can also be found with this tea. It is very smooth and can re-brew using the same tea leaves.
It is good for both hot or cold brew.
INGREDIENT: 100% Camellia Sinensis (Tea)
CAFFEINE LEVEL: High
BREWING DIRECTION: About a heap of tea per 8 oz of water. Multiple infusions by removing the leaves from your tea and set them aside until you are ready to re-steep.
For cold brew, use about 1.5 teaspoons per 8 oz of water. Brew overnight in the refrigerator.
ORIGIN: Fujian, China.
GOOD TO KNOW: Keep in the airtight container, away from strong odor and sunlight.
Lavender & Lemon
$2.50 - $12.95
Beautiful aroma with a lemon scent. This delicious green tea is mixed with Lavender, Rose Petals, and Lemon flavored.
INGREDIENT: Tea, Lavender, Rose petals, and Nature flavored.
TYPE: Green Tea
CAFFEINE LEVEL: Low
BREWING DIRECTION: About a heap of tea per 6 oz of water. | Low temperature of water| 2-3 min
GOOD TO KNOW: Keep in an air-tight container, away from strong odor and sunlight.
Unwind & Relax
$2.15 - $11.95
Our popular herbal tea!Amazing aroma with great taste. This tea will help you relax after your long day.
INGREDIENTS: Chamomile, Orange Peel, Lemongrass, Cinnamon, Blackberry leaves, Natural flavored.
TYPE: Herbal Tea
CAFFEINE LEVEL: None
BREWING DIRECTIONS: About 1 teaspoon per 8 oz, steep for 4-5 minutes at 212F.
ORIGIN: Prior Lake, Minnesota
GOOD TO KNOW: Keep in an air-tight container, away from strong odor or sunlight.
Disclaimer: We are not associated with any local or oversea tea organization.
Staff at Great Tea Road Co