Oi Madindie!! how the bloody are ya bro?? frick been a long time since the old CoD4 days huh? lol - I was thinking of the clan just recently while playing Cold War and then you and a few names came to mind and had to see if you're still floating around the forums lol - If you're on Cod: Cold War, drop us an add, the username is still the same RASKAL although the shaving skills have been lacking since the CoD4 days lol.
There's no doubt that a coffee craze won't seem to end in quite a few spots on the globe. But in an increasing number of places, interest in unique and high-quality tea varieties is increasing. For example, the next time you shop at an Asian market, keep an eye out for delicious and one-of-a-kind teas from East Asia. You probably already know and love Chinese black tea if you drink tea, but there is far more to discover. Tea growers in Chine, Japan, and Korea have new products to give you choices and delight your tastebuds. They range from traditional caffeinated teas to herbal; and organic options.
If you're in the mood to try something extra novel, browse the selection of unique teas from Korea. They go far beyond the usual parameters of teas that are divided into the herbal and black categories. You'll see varieties like corn and barley, which are not customarily used to brew tea in the West. It can be fun to try a cup, and it might turn out to be something you enjoy and drink often. The antioxidants present in many types of tea are among their chief health advantages. When you can get beneficial ingredients found naturally in a delicious drink and one you love, there's every reason to drink tea.
If you enjoy drinking tea and like to follow tradition, you may purchase it in loose leaf form and brew your cup using an infuser. But each year, more of the highest-quality teas are also available in bag form, making them more convenient to use. As long as you're not sacrificing quality or taste, it's an option to consider. It's also fun to keep a variety of teas at home or the office so you can select the one that fits your mood or taste. They have a reasonably long shelf life compared to many products, so you don't need to use each box you buy quickly. Enjoying your favorite tea is an excellent quality of life moment.
The other news in tea products is the increasing availability of organic products. Given today's greater emphasis on health, it's no surprise that more people prefer organically grown varieties. You'll find them in most stores that sell tea, and there's no reason not to try them. Tea connoisseurs often gravitate toward East Asian teas grown in the Yunnan Mountain range of China. They are widely available in Asian supermarkets and have rich and distinct flavors – it is one of the world's best tea-growing regions. You'll love the black, white, and green teas you'll find, and it's always exciting to try a new one.