International Tea Day officially became a holiday in late 2019 to celebrate the cultural and economic impact of Tea in different regions and countries. To celebrate this year’s tea day, we would be spotlighting some Nigeria Tea brands and sharing the secret recipe for tea alternatives with you. Shall we?
The first on our list is the Tea brand called Lipton, quite famous. The Lipton yellow label tea manufactured by Unilever plc has the medicinal benefit of easing digestion and managing heart-related issues. Lipton tea bag is made from the species of evergreen shrub, the same plant used in making Indian and Chinese Tea. I guess our Lipton should be on the list of national treasures.
The second on our list is Legend Tea and Herb, a Nigerian-made tea that contains all-natural spices and herbs. These herbs and spices aid in repairing body tissues. Legend Tea and Herb come in different flavors like apple, cinnamon, honey, vanilla, etc. The brand is well-recognized across the globe for its quality and effective products.
Last, but not the least is Tii Tea. Tii Tea is an Authentic African Tea brand that sells handcrafted organic teas & spices that are locally sourced and made in Nigeria, the brand has about 9 flavors of tea that are beneficial to the human body. We love to see it.
That’s about it about our tea brands spotlight, let’s share with you some tea alternatives you can try if you don’t find these brands around you. These alternatives are known as tea infusion, it is simply the brewing of roots, dried leaves or seeds in hot or cold water with the purpose of inhaling or drinking the mixture.
Tea Infusion Options To Try
Dry ginger and garlic is a perfect herbal mix to try if you ever catch a cold or struggle with constipation. This mixture can make you feel well in no time.
Peppermint and Lemongrass is a mixture for whenever you need to take something cool to help you relax, to make it perfect, have this mixture as cold brew tea.
Dry raspberry leaves and lyceum berries is the perfect herbal tea infusion against cold and flu.
That’s about everything on Tea (for now), tell us in the comments some tea infusion recipes you know.
Happy International Tea Day.
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