Tea, Black Tea, Turkish Tea, Rize Tea, Doğadan, Doğuş, Çaykur
History of tea
Tea is one of the most fragrant flavors having a universal fame. The history of tea goes back to the 14th century. The method of the cookery of tea differs between civilizations and it has a very special brewing method. Tea also has a great cultural value in the Turkish social life.
There are many sorts of tea according to taste and production process. Here are some of the tea varieties: Gold Leaf Black Tea, Traditional Black Sea Tea, Black Tea, Green Tea, Bud Turkish Tea, Mystic Chai Herbal Tea, Red Fruits Tea, Mystic Chai Herbal Tea With Stevia, Form Tea, Green Tea with Bergamot, Apple Tea, Fennel Tea, Blackberry Tea, Earl Grey, Rosehip Tea, Melissa Herbal Tea, Green Tea with Mint-Lemon, Relax with Passiflora, Fennel Mixed Herbal Tea, Cinnamon-Clove Herbal Tea, Cinnamon-Orange Fruit Tea, Green Tea with Acai-Pineapple Green Tea with Chai, Green Tea with Ginkgo, Green Tea with Ginger-Lemon Mild Taste, Ginger Lemon Peel Mixed Herbal Tea, Linden Herbal Tea, Form Mixed Herbal Tea, White Tea with Orange Flowers, White Tea-Plain.
What are the nutritional benefits of tea?
The tea has numerous beneficial features for human body’s health. When you take one sip of the best tea, it gives you a sensation of refreshment and pleasure. Teal benefits are very known in each cuisine and that what makes it popular in so many countries.
How is tea served?
The Turkish cuisine has its own culture. Tea can be served in your special days like Bayrams and in any casual days. It is consumed alone or with friends. In Turkey, tea also is one of the main flavors of breakfast. It makes an excellent accompaniment to nuts and sweets.