1 Black Tea
Black Tea is the most popular type of tea that is used widely over the world. Black tea comes from the same plant as the other varieties but is prepared in a different way. Full-bodied and strong, black tea is tastes great alone or can be had with milk and sugar. Black Tea retains its flavour for several years.
2 Green Tea
Green Tea is the most consumed beverage in the world behind water. Green Tea also comes from the Camellia Sinensis plant and it comes loaded with antioxidants and nutrients that have powerful effects on the body. The flavors of green tea covers a wide spectrum from buttery and grassy to smokey, and even broth-like and savory.
3 Oolong Tea
Oolong, also spelled Wu Long, is a traditional Chinese tea, and the most complex type of tea to produce. Its flavor can range from light to full bodied, floral to grassy, and sweet to toasty. This tea is most commonly recognised as Chinese tea served at a Chinese restaurant.
4 White Tea
White Tea is gaining popularity all over the world because of its high levels of antioxidants and typically low level of caffeine. White tea is tea made from new growth buds and young leaves of the plant Camellia sinensis. The leaves are steamed or fried to inactivate oxidation, and then dried. White tea has a light colour and flavour and is appreciated by tea connoisseurs for its unmatched subtlety, natural sweetness and delicacy .
5 Yellow Tea
Yellow tea is sometimes considered to be a variation of green tea, but it is indeed its own class of tea. Most Yellow Teas are produced from two Camellia Sinensis varietals: Big White and Narcissus. The flavor is typically fruity with hints of cocoa, vanilla and flowers.