Types of Tea
A review of bottled iced tea from Sweet Leaf
Yerba Mate is a popular herbal tea drink found in many South American countries.
Pu-erh tea is a very old and unusual form of Chinese tea
Review of several varieties of Mighty Leaf Tea
An illustrated look at the different varieties of tea
Review of Tetley Chai Tea, a spiced chai tea in a teabag.
A review of Lipton's Tea to Go, instant iced tea you can take with you
Top brands of Earl Grey tea that add a little something extra to the taste.
A review of Anteadote, a bottled iced tea from Adagio Teas.
More on spiced chai tea, including several great recipes.
There are many kinds of green tea, and these are the best choices.
Some of the most well-known black teas.
Don't be afraid to try green tea. Here are some basics you need to know, like how to brew it, where it comes from and what it tastes like.
Black teas from various regions are described in this online catalog.
Orange pekoe is a grade of tea, not a flavour. There are several other grade levels that are even better.
A fermented tea drink that just might cure all your ills. You'll need a starter culture to make your own.
Olive leaf tea from Olivus makes an interesting and healthy herbal tea.
Review of Adagio Tea's RealiTEA teabags. Whole-leaf tea in a bag.
Rooibos is a red herbal tea from South Africa, with a sweet and nutty taste. Best of all, there is no caffeine.
White tea is a unique and rare form of tea, that is high in anti-oxidants and low in caffeine.
If you enjoy bottled teas, you don't have to settle for oversweetened drinks with no tea taste.
Another personality quiz, to match you up with the kind of tea that suits you the best.
An herbal tea that is popular in South America, and that you drink with a straw.