January is Hot Tea MonthAs many of us know a cup of tea is a pleasure, a healthy habit and provides a time to relax, unwind, and take a much needed breath in our lives. There are many types of tea so one of every situation we experience. Some have caffeine and will provide a boost in the morning and some contain no caffeine which are great for an evening hot drink.
“Tea is a very versatile drink. Each variety – black, green, oolong, herbal – has a unique taste, so Canadians can try different flavours, finding the ones they like best,” says Louise Roberge, President of the Tea and Herbal Association of Canada. There’s a tea for every palate and a time for every tea, with research showing that Canadians predominantly drink black and green from early to mid-day and turning to herbal and decaffeinated in the evening. Check out this link for more details. Tea and Herbal Association of Canada
Masala Chai is my favorite and the one I am enjoying this morning. A bit of honey and some cream and it is a perfect cup of tea for me. I recently discovered a Saigon Chai which is quite nice as well. For less caffeine I enjoy Jade Citrus Mint and Chamomile is my first choice for a late evening hot drink.
Take time today to celebrate and enjoy a hot cup or mug of tea.
Sharing with Tuesday Cuppa Tea hosted by Ruth
Friends Sharing Tea hosted by Bernideen.