Everyone is looking for perfect drinks to go with any time of the day or any occasion. Sitting on the patio reading book. Having a friend over for a meal or to just hang out. Settling down to watch something on Netflix with your family. All of these moments can be enhanced with a good drink for yourself or to be shared with others.
Wouldn’t it be great if you can have a drink that tastes great, makes you feel good and provides many health benefits? Unfortunately, there aren’t many beverages out there that can tick off all of these checkboxes. One beverage that can be all of these things and more is tea, specifically loose leaf tea.
Loose leaf tea is sourced from leaves, plants and herbs from all over the world. It is also so versatile that you can add fruit pieces and things like chocolate to the tea leaves. All of this is to say that tea can come in a number of different flavours, which means tea can appeal to just about anyone.
And beyond the flavour, tea also has many health benefits. Tea can help you lose weight, improve your heart health, strengthen your bones, and reduce the risk of stroke.
It’s really easy to understand how tea has become so popular when you consider these factors. So whether you are new to loose leaf tea or you want to expand your tea collection, we want to help. That’s why we put together this article detailing the top 8 loose leaf teas in St.Catharines.
1. Golden Pu-Erh
Pu-erh tea is a specialty tea from China that is often referred to as a dark tea. Our Golden Pu-Erh tea is a luxury tea that is aged for five years. It has a generally mild, earthy flavour with a silky aftertaste that comes about from its aging period.
2. Hot Chocotea
It’s a little chilly outside and you need something to warm up your body. The Hot Chocotea is a tea that can not only warm you up, but it can also satisfy your sweet tooth. The Hot Chocotea is a luxury black tea that has cocoa in it, which gives this tea an alluring and lasting taste.
3. Cardinal Mango Rooibos Tea
Rooibos tea is popular because of its sweet and nutty flavour, as well as its numerous health benefits. With our Cardinal Mango Rooibos Tea, we add mango pieces to our luxury rooibos tea to give this tea a tropical flair. This is a great tea to have when you need to transport yourself to a tropical getaway in the Caribbean.
4. Cochin Masala Chai Tea
Our full-bodied Cochin Masala Chai Tea is enhanced by South Indian masala spices to make it the perfect pick-me-up for a gloomy, rainy day. This tea is finished with cardamom notes and lively ginger that tickles the taste buds. Try this as a chai latte to completely transform it with milk and sugar.
5. Road to Recovery Tea
As much as we try to avoid it, we will sometimes feel under the weather because of a sickness. When that happens, you can reach for a cup of our Road to Recovery Tea to help with your symptoms. This tea is made up of lemongrass, licorice root, chamomile, lemon pieces, and gynostemma to help revitalize your senses.
6. Golden Ginger Mix
The Golden Ginger Mix tea is a green tea infused with black tea, bael nut, ginger pieces, turmeric, and red and blue cornflower petals to give this tea bright look and taste. This tea has a rich and alluring aroma and an intriguing flavour that you won’t forget any time soon.
7. Chill Eraser
This flavourful tea is a slightly unusual blend, but it has a flavour that you will want to experience again and again. The Chill Eraser tea is made up of a unique blend of lemongrass, stevia leaves, lemon pieces, apples, cinnamon, hibiscus, cardamom, and cloves.
8. Organic Peppermint Tea
Looking to feel refreshed? Our Organic Peppermint Tea is the perfect beverage to have when you need to refresh your body and your mind. Beyond that, this tea can also help with stomach aches, heartburn and other ingestion related issues.
And there you have it – the top loose leaf teas in St. Catharines. Any of these teas would give you a good introduction to loose leaf tea or help provide you with new delicious teas to try. When you need to get your hands on high-quality tea, be sure to visit www.teasante.com.