Best Review - Top 3 Best Tea Brands


egardless of whether you prefer the aroma and taste of Herbal, Green, Black, White, Chai, Blended Teas, Rooibos, Blooming, or Oolong we have made a list covering the best brands to look for. Tea is second only to water as the most consumed beverage on the planet, so tea must be very important, right? Many people are not aware of the careful consideration that goes into creating the best teas on earth. Just like any specialized organism on the planet, unique climate and geographic conditions are crucial for success. Factors such as altitude, elevation, rainfall, soil, temperature, sunlight, shade, humidity, and even time of harvest determines the quality of the tealeaf.

Great teas share common origins in regard to all aforementioned specifications and especially grow and develop best in subtropical climate, but tropical climates with adequate humidity also fair well. Both require hilly mountainous ranges with wet and dry seasons. And since tea grows best with lots of water, orographic lift is highly considered before planting begins. Orographic lift is the effect of a natural process of moisture creation from cooling air pressure when wind blows along a slope of a mountain, thus creating necessary rain clouds. Different tea leafs also require different elevations and preparation because of oxidation, which affects the authenticity and antioxidant levels within the end product. Elevations for growing tea can reach heights 1,200m for high grown (rounded teas, bright w/ strong taste). For mid grown the elevation is between 600m and 1,200m ( strong, rich full bodied teas). While low grown teas are grown between sea level and 600m( heavy robust teas deep in color).

Not too cool though. Tea plants are capable of withstanding an occasional light frost, but will die in regions with heavier frosts and extended cold seasons. So if rainfall, warmth, and elevation are key it’s no wonder the best tea comes from an area called the “cradle of the tea plant” in eastern and southern China and parts of the Myanmar and Assam regions of India. Although tea is grown in over 40 countries throughout the world only about 25% of the annual crop combined are commercially viable and meet quality standards. Other areas that produce quality teas include Japan, Indonesia, Taiwan, Sri Lanka, Argentina, Brazil, Turkey Georgia, and Kenya,. More recently teas have been grown in areas such as Hawaii.

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Tazo tea is brilliant on so many levels you’ll need to try it to believe it. This is probably the only commercially packaged tea available on par with the quality of the loose-leaf teas from TeaLux Inc. Firstly, the Tazo has the freshest loose-leaf mixtures within its propriety sachets. Secondly, it’s organic, fair trade and made with recycled materials and soy based dies. Unless your at Whole Foods Tazo is most likely the highest quality on the shelf and so it may seem a bit on the expensive side compared to the more generic brands available These prices and qualities are easily expected from a Starbucks owned brand and is well worth the extra coin. These “Artfully Blended” teas are easily mixed with boiling water and great hot as well as over ice. Here are all the flavors.

Tazo Tea assorted flavors consist of Organic Darjeeling, Organic Peachy Green, Organic Ginger, Organic Baked Cinnamon Apple, Organic Pan Fired Green, Organic Peach Cobbler, Organic Bramblewine, Organic Sultry Strawberry, Organic Earl Grey blanc, Organic Earl Grey noir, Awake English Breakfast, Zen Green Tea, Passion, Earl Grey, Calm Chamomile, Wild Sweet Orange, Green Ginger, Refresh Mint, China Green Tips, Decaf Lotus Blossom Green, Sweet Cinnamon Spice, Apricot Vanilla Crème, Berryblossom White, Scarlet Citrus Rooibos, Cucumber White, Flowering Honeybush, Cocoa Mint Mate, Chai Classic, Chai Organic, Chai Decaf, Iced Passion, iced True Black, Iced Lemongrass Green, Iced Blushberry Black, Iced Citrus Bliss, Chai Classic Latte, Chai Organic Latte, Chai Decaf Latte, Chai Chocolate Latte, Chai Chocolate, Chai Vanilla Caramel, Chai Vanilla Caramel Latte, Chai Pumpkin Spice Latte, Chai Pumkin Spice, Gingerly Jasmine Full-Leaf Sachets, Cinnamon Chalet Full-Leaf Sachets, Berry Trifle Full-Leaf Sachets, Orange Chiffon Full-Leaf Sachets, and Mint Mosaic Full-Leaf Sachets. Tea is also available in K-Cups and individual glass bottles.

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BIGELOW Tea is a well-respected, family operated, and tasteful choice for any tea time occasion. Even the country of Great Britain wouldn’t dare snub their noses at this American Classic tea. The flagship teas from this company include Constant Comment and Earl Grey, although there are many more. Nearly 70 years ago the founder Ruth Campbell Bigelow’ decided to create a tea that evoked the early colonial recipes. In her New York brownstone home she spent weeks perfecting what eventually became commercially available and considered by her township as “a source of constant comment”.

Earl Grey the other flagship flavor made with pride and the freshest ingredients includes fresh oil of Bergamot from Italy. The packaging for each tea bag is also something to appreciate. Every package is filled with tea bags that are individually covered in a waterproof, airtight, moisture and flavor preserving aluminum paper package. This way every cup is as fresh as the day it was created even if you had a sleeve in your pocket while walking through the rain. BIGELOW has a lot of teas that are not only distinguishable by flavor, but purpose. At the grocer you will notice the company has teas for every occasion including, health, entertainment, and mood. Here are the flavors and themes of BIGELOW Tea.

BIGELOW Tea flavors and themes include “Constant Comment” black Tea, Oolong Black, All Natural White Tea, English Tea Time Black Tea Decaffeinated, Green Classic, Cozy Chamomile Herbal Tea, All Natural Organic Red Rooibos, Seasonal Apple Cider, Pumpkin Spice, Salted Caramel Tea, Peppermint Bark Herbal Tea, Mint medley Herbal Tea, Green Tea Decaffeinated , Ginger Snappish, American Breakfast Black Tea, American Breakfast black Tea w/ Coated Honey, Green Tea with Lemon, French Vanilla Black Tea Decaffeinated, Lemon Ginger Herbal Tea Plus Probiotics, Chamomile Vanilla Herbal Tea w/ Honey, Eggnogg’n Tea, Sweetheart Cinnamon Herbal Tea, Cranberry Hibiscus, Spiced Chai Decaffeinated Tea, White Chocolate obsession Tea, Constant Comment Green Tea, Earl Grey Green Tea, Green Tea Pomegranate Decaffeinated, Green Tea w/ Mango Green Tea w/ Wildberry and Acai Decaf, Wild Blueberry w/ Acai Herbal Tea, Green Tea w/ Mint, Organic Green Tea Decaf, Pomegranate Pizzazz Herbal Tea, Organic Pure Green Decaffeinated Green Tea USDA Organic, Green Tea w/ Peach, Plantation Mint, Chamomile Mango Herbal Tea, and Chamomile Mint Herbal Tea.

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You cannot go wrong with this fun classic choice. Celestial has been a favorite mainstay product in neighborhood grocery stores since 1969 and are easily distinguishable from others with its lighthearted colorful packaging. The brand has exceptional teas and tea blends in almost any flavor and aroma you can think of. I consider Celestial more of a leader in the herbal tea arena with the Serene Moments, Sleepytime, and Wellness Tea product lines, but the brand has other offerings. The conventional greens, whites, blacks, and more exotic red teas are also very well received and enjoyed. Try some of these popular flavors.

Sleepytime Decaffeinated Blackberry Pomegranate Green Tea, Sleepytime Echinacea Care Wellness Tea, Celestial Authentic Green Tea ,Country Peach Passion, Organic Fair Trade Certified Estate Jasmine Green, Candy Cane Lane Green Tea, Dirty Chai, Madagascar Vanilla Rooibos Tea, Moroccan Pomegranate Rooibos Tea, Safari Spice Rooibos Tea, Serene Moments Honey Lavender, Serene Moments Aloe Lemon Green Tea, Serene Moments Ginger Peach Green Tea, and Serene Moments Vanilla Herbal Tea. Celestial also sells select teas in K- Cups and Cool Brew Ice Tea options.

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So when purchasing tea make sure to look for brands that grow the tealeaf in acceptably sourced regions of the world based on the above criteria. Fair trade and organic products are also very important and make a huge difference on the lives of the farmers and consumers.

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Love this review, very

Love this review, very informative! Now I know that there is other teas than Earl Grey