How “Black Tea” Makes You Healthier?
With so many tea varieties to pick from, where will you start on? Here you’ll travel around the varieties of “Black tea”, how it varies from its close cousins: green, white, red, as well as oolong tea. Then let’s go a little deeper into the well-accepted health benefits and declarations being formed these days.
To begin with, let’s catch the eye on what black tea really is. It is derived from the plant Camellia sinensis, originally found in China. The hilarious thing is in China it is not called black tea, but red tea. But outside China, on the other hand, red tea refers to the red South African herbal tea (also appetizing and very useful) called rooibos.