If you are anything like me, there are always teas that you would like to try, or have sampled once or twice and have always meant to go back to. Here are five such teas that I would like to explore some more:
1 Yellow Tea – This is a more unusual type of tea, and one that many people have probably never heard of. I certainly did not hear about yellow tea until quite a while after I got into tea. A separate type of tea from white, green, oolong, and black, it is only produced in China, which in part explains why it is less well-known. It is a light tea that makes a nice alternative to a white or a light green tea, but it definitely has its own distinctive taste. I have only had yellow tea a few times, and so it is a type of tea that I would like to get to know better.
2 Devonshire Tea – This black tea is grown in the mountains of Kenya but packaged and sold by a company based in Devon, England. I drink a lot of black tea but tend to gravitate towards my tried and tested favourites. However, this is a tea that I have enjoyed in the past, and so I would like it to make more appearances at my teatimes.
3 Scottish Breakfast Tea – Of all the breakfast teas, this is the one that I have drunk the least. Time to get to grips with it, and do some serious breakfast tea comparison!
4 Pouchongs – A few months ago I explored the mystery of pouchong on this blog. But although no longer in the dark about this interesting group of teas, I still have a long way to go in terms of getting to grips with the various pouchongs out there.
5 Earl Grey Green Tea – Ok, I’ll admit that I am a little hesitant about this one. I have never tried Earl Grey green tea, being perfectly happy with the classic black version and quite enjoying the white version now and again. Somehow I just can’t imagine the bergamot flavour working as well with a green base. However, I am curious, and want to at least give it a try before I condemn it to the list of teas that I do not enjoy as much.
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