The Oldest Teas in the World


Given the vast multitude of excellent teas from all over the world, here are five organic and sustainable ones crafted with utmost care.

Tea aficionados will know that most people are always  up for a tea party, but do you know there are more than 3 000 varieties of tea in the world. Tea can be divided into six basic categories: black, dark, oolong, green, and white.

Given the vast multitude of excellent teas from all over the world, here are five organic and sustainable ones crafted with utmost care.

1.) Adagio Golden Yunnan

 The Oldest Teas in the World

Black tea from the Yunnan region of China. Yunnan tea is easily identified by its luscious soft leaves, and a unique peppery taste. Yunnan Gold, as the name implies, is an exceptional quality tea with beautiful gold-colored leaves and an abundance of rich peppery flavor.

2.) Elemental Tea Kenya Black Dryer Mouth

 The Oldest Teas in the World

This ungraded single estate tea from the Lelsa Tea Garden, looks exactly as it did when it exited the mouth of the dryer after production. That’s why it’s also called Dryer Mouth Tea. It’s particularly high in antioxidants, because it was not sorted (graded) after it came out of the mouth of the dryer.


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