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As we all know the tea are made of different mixture to choose from and after looking at all of the different health benefits that tea and herbal infusions offer, you may be wondering which one is best to choose. We personally believe that your choice should be made based on taste, because a lot of studies are frequently conducted about which tea has the most potential health benefits, but the results are rarely conclusive.
Based on research the most Popularly known as Taiwanese tea, oolong tea is found easily in Taiwan and Thailand. Taiwanese oolongs are known to be naturally milky in texture and flavor with hints of cream and fruits.
Most teas are derived from the Camellia sinensis plant (with the exception of herbal tea, which can be made from a variety of herbs, spices, and other plant material, and usually doesn’t contain caffeine). True teas all share similar health benefits, thanks to unique antioxidants called flavonoid s, the most potent of which is ECGC, a potential protector against free radicals that contribute to cancer, heart disease, and clogged arteries. Green, black, white, and oolong teas also all contain varying levels of caffeine and theanine, an amino acid that may heighten mental alertness. Finally, these teas contain natural compounds known as polyphenols—also found in fruit, vegetables, cereals, and beverages which may reduce the risk of a variety of illnesses, including cancer and heart disease.
They are grown on high elevations and are names and classified on the basis of their mountain of origin. Their aromas become more concentrated and their taste amplifies, which is a rare quality of oolong tea. These teas are not made with milk or any other form of dairy, making them an excellent option for people looking for a dairy-free product.