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Known as "Red Tea" in China, black tea is perhaps the most common kind of tea consumed in the UK. Rich in flavour and caffeine, and often taken with milk and sugar.
Famous for its slightly bitter taste and numerous health benefits, green tea offers a wide range of options for tea enthusiasts. Undergoing minimal oxidation during processing.
A slightly less common variety, White tea is named after the fine silvery-white hair on unopened buds of the tea plant. The tea leaves are left to dry in natural sunlight, before being lightly processed to prevent oxidation.