Try These Teas From Around the World

Although there are so many differences between cultures, one thing is almost certainly the same; tea. Almost every culture has a tea that is native to the land or for religious purposes, so it can be very enlightening and delicious to discover all the teas you can!


When you’re in Morroco, chances are you’ll be drinking Touareg tea, also known as Maghrebi mint tea. This tea is a combination of mint leaves, green tea leaves, and a lot of sugar. This is also a tea that is easy to make at home and by omitting some of the sugar makes for a very healthy after dinner drink.

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In India, the tea we know as chai is actually just the word for tea in Hindi. But, when you see chai in India, it is most likely going to be a blend of black tea leaves with an array of spices such as cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, cloves, cardamom, and pepper, which are all spices seen in a lot of Indian dishes.

United Kingdom

Most people know the English for being huge tea lovers. When you go to the UK, go to a tea room and sit down for a proper English tea. This includes different English black teas, along with small sandwiches and desserts.