But rising in popularity at Starbucks and similar is the London Fog latte, which is a super simple retake of a classic favourite.
Do you love a good cuppa but aren’t familiar with the multitude of tea types, where they come from and how to brew them? This five part Tea Newbie series is for you! Find out all you need to know – in your tea break.
Black tea (known as red tea in China and surrounds) is more oxidized than oolong, green and white teas. It is named after the colour of its oxidized leaves. This variant of tea became very popular as a de facto currency due to the fact that it retains its flavour for several years longer than its green tea counterpart, not forgetting it bold and delicious taste.