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My 4 Favorite Types of Tea.

As you know by now, Tea is one of the most popular beverages in the world, and for a good reason, there are so many different teas to choose from.

I grew up drinking Tea, which is why I have Tea every day because it’s yummy, and if you add honey to Tea, like Green Tea or Earl Grey. Earl Grey Tea is unique with a hint of lemon in it, too, and that’s what I love about that Tea, but that one is a black tea, so it might be best in the morning if you don’t drink coffee has caffeine in it.

So, want to learn about My 4 Favorite Types of Tea and why I love them? Then keep on reading this post to learn about them.

I’ve been a tea lover for many years, and I’ve tried various teas. In this article, I will share my four favorite types of Tea and why I love them.

Let’s check them out. And don’t forget to leave a comment below; I love comments from my readers, and I love seeing people share my posts around too, so if you share it on Instagram, Tag @tea_jubilee, and you might be in my next story. If you don’t follow me on IG, follow me! You’ll get updates from me when I post a new post on this site.

Okay, now let’s read about My 4 Favorite Types of Tea.

Green Tea.

Green Tea is always my first favorite type of Tea. I love its light, grassy flavor and its health benefits. I also find that.

Green Tea is very refreshing and easy to drink. And it’s easy to find anywhere you buy Tea, from online to stores; Green Tea is always easy to buy.

Black Tea.


Black Tea is my second favorite type of Tea. I love its rich flavor and full-bodied taste. I also like the slightly bitter taste that I find very refreshing, and it’s best to have this Tea in place of coffee in the morning. That’s precisely what I do most days; I sip on Earl Grey Tea with a hint of lemon juice.

Oolong Tea.

Oolong tea is my third favorite type of Tea. I love its rich, full-bodied flavor and its health benefits. It also has a slightly sweet taste that I find very refreshing. And it has excellent reasons to try this Tea out.

White Tea.

White Tea is my fourth favorite type of Tea. I love its delicate, sweet flavor and its health benefits. I also find that it is very refreshing and easy to drink.


These are my four favorite types of Tea and why I love them. I hope you enjoyed this article and learned something new about Tea. I would love to hear what Tea is your favorite to have. Let me know in the comments below.

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More Links to Check Out.

After reading My 4 Favorite Types of Tea, I think there are other things you could benefit from, even learning how to grow a plant indoors. Check out Houseplantjoy to learn all about many things about houseplant care.

The following link is to VeganGlobeTrotter, which is all about eating things that are good for you. And I have made some of what’s on this blog, and they turned out so yummy! My favorite thing from this site is the Lemon Pasta; it’s on here for you too.

And that’s it for now, until next time, Have a good day!


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