Black Tea


The most popular beverage in today's stressful professional world, tea has always been characterized by its energy giving elements, making it one of the most versatile and highly preferred beverages throughout the globe, next only to water. Associated with low calories, it helps in proper digestion of the food, contributing in our growth and vitality.


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The most popular beverage in today's stressful professional world, tea has always been characterized by its energy giving elements, making it one of the most versatile and highly preferred beverages throughout the globe, next only to water. Associated with low calories, it helps in proper digestion of the food, contributing in our growth and vitality. The wide variety of teas available in the market is all designed to keep us healthy and fit with due importance to our preference and taste. Among this variety is the black tea, a mass favorite of people who are conscious about their health and fitness and wanting to maintain their vitality and strength during and after a stressful day at work.
What is Black Tea?
Black tea is one of the many variants of tea that people have been consuming for many years throughout the world. It is more oxidized than the other varieties of tea. It is made from the leaves of 'Camellia Sinensis', a tea plant having an evergreen shrub. Like other forms of tea, it also contains caffeine, a stimulant that acts to invigorate our senses immediately. It also contains other important ingredients like polyphenols, vitamins, etc. Black tea is also referred to as a tea which is completely devoid of milk.
 
Varieties of Black Tea
The varieties of black tea available in the market has made it the most preferred beverage  in the world. The various types of black tea that can be found in the market are:
  • Assam Tea: It is named after Assam, the region of its production. Its leaves are grown at sea level and are high on briskness, malty flavor, shape, etc. The tea or their blends are known in the market as breakfast teas or 'wake-up' teas as it is filled with nutrients enough to give you strength throughout the day
  • Yunnan Tea: Produced in the Yunnan region of China, it has a high content of malt and pepper in it. The Yunnan black tea has two major varieties, namely, Yunnan congou black tea and Yunnan broken black tea
  • Darjeeling Tea: This variety of black tea is produced in Darjeeling, in West Bengal. Among all the other forms of black tea, this tea is considered to be the best. A light colored liquor, with sweet aroma being formed when its leaves are properly brewed. A cooling and sweet sensation is felt once this drink is consumed
  • Nilgiri Tea: Known for its briskness and tantalizing flavor, this tea is grown in the  hills of the Nilgiri district of Tamil Nadu. It is distinctively aromatic
  • Ceylon Tea: It is yet another form of black tea, grown in Ceylon, now known as Sri Lanka. It has a citrus taste to it and is used in the form of a blend as well as in unmixed form.
 
Ingredients
The basic sauces of ancient civilizations may have consisted of ingredients like vinegar, salt and oils with flavorings of olives, maybe figs or fruit pulps, or crushed seeds of plants like the sesame.

Today there are countless recipes of chili sauces in the world which differ on the basis of their ingredients, and the only thing they share in common is the use of chili peppers. To add extra heat, some additional ingredients are often used such as pure capsaicin extract and mustards.
 

Blends of Black Tea
Black tea can also be blended with various other plants to get beverages that are tasty and soothing to the senses. Some of the many blends of black tea are:

  • Earl Grey Tea: This blend is obtained from the oil extracted from the rind of citrus fruit known by the name of bergamont orange. It was named after the 2nd Earl Grey, the British Prime Minister of the 1830s. The flavor and aroma of this blend is distinct due to the presence of the bergamont oil
  • English Breakfast Tea: Described as rich, robust or full bodied blend, it is one of the most popular morning teas across the world. It is often described by the Indians as bed tea, due to the fact that it greatly strengthens the metabolism rate of the human body and keep one active throughout the day. The addition of milk and sugar gives it a distinctive taste and aroma

  • Irish Breakfast Tea: It is a blend many different varieties of black tea like Assam Tea, Darjeeling Tea, etc. The Irish breakfast tea has a malty, brisk brew. It can either by consumed with milk or even with lemon or without any added ingredient
  • Nepalese Afternoon Tea: Compiling blends of lotus, honey and sandalwood, this blend of black tea is found in the base of Mount Everest in the Himalayan region of Nepal.
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