If you drink tea on a daily basis, you will live longer. (Or at least I hope, otherwise my whole life efforts are worthless.)
Usually, it reaches up to about four (sometimes even more) cups a day. It’s an obsession, I know. But what can I do, I can’t help it.
I find myself drinking mostly green tea from Japan. Which is awesome, as it is super healthy, boosts metabolism and functions as coffee.
This is the most common type of Japanese green tea out there. If you like Sencha, you are going to love all the other teas below.
I like to drink a cup of Sencha while being productive, so I feel refreshed and motivated.
4. Green jasmine tea
This is my all the time, every mood tea. One of the reasons I love it so much are memories. We used to enjoy a nice pot of jasmine tea every time we got together with my friends.
Also referred to as Sakura kukicha
I fell in love with this tea just recently, I drank a whole package in just two days, then I cried for next two days, because I needed more. Still worth it.
It tastes like a fine cup of green tea with Sakura flavor peeking out behind the corner. There is nothing more relaxing.
Genmaicha is a green tea with toasted brown rice. It’s a cheaper type of tea, but that surely doesn’t mean it’s worse than other tea types.
It’s kind of everyday tea for me. When I finish one pot, I go and make another one without even thinking about it. Also, the first and only green tea my boyfriend likes.
I like to remind everyone that Matcha is the healthiest of all teas, because you ingest the entire leaf and receive all of the nutrients. People are probably irritated by now, but that doesn’t change the facts.
I love Matcha, and I’ve been obsessed with it (believe it or not) for 5 years now. It all started when I experienced a tea ceremony for the first time and tasted that liquid goodness.
I drink Matcha every day now. Whether I stop at Starbucks and grab a Matcha latte or I whisk one at home.
If you tried any of those teas let me know and I would also love to know about your favorite teas so feel free to comment.