Darjeeling Tea (India)

Known as the "Champagne of Teas," Darjeeling tea is grown in the Darjeeling district of West Bengal, India. It has a delicate and floral flavor.

Assam Tea (India)

Grown in the Assam region of India, this tea is robust and malty, often used in breakfast blends like English Breakfast.

Sencha (Japan)

A popular Japanese green tea, Sencha is known for its grassy and slightly sweet taste. It is widely consumed in Japan.

Matcha (Japan)

Used in traditional Japanese tea ceremonies, Matcha is a finely ground green tea powder with a rich, vegetal flavor.

Longjing (Dragon Well) (China)

This famous Chinese green tea from Hangzhou has a flat, slender shape and a distinctive nutty taste.

Jasmine Tea (China)

Made by scenting green or white tea with jasmine flowers, this tea has a sweet and floral aroma.

Earl Grey Tea (England)

A flavored black tea infused with bergamot oil, Earl Grey is loved for its citrusy and aromatic flavor.

Ceylon Tea (Sri Lanka)

: Ceylon tea comes from Sri Lanka and is available in various types, including black, green, white, and oolong.

Oolong Tea (China/Taiwan)

Oolong teas are semi-oxidized, resulting in a variety of flavors ranging from light and floral to rich and toasty.

Rooibos (South Africa)

Not technically a tea but a herbal infusion, Rooibos is caffeine-free and has a naturally sweet and nutty taste.

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