The Perfect Brew

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    • Publish Date: May 28 2016 5:37PM
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    • Updated Date: Jun 3 2016 7:01PM
The Perfect Brew

Tea is becoming extremely popular due to its low amount of caffeine and good antioxidant properties. Plus it comes in handy when you have to study late.

Recently, US talk show host Oprah Winfrey launched her own blend of tea named Oprah Chai Tea. Considered to be the most popular drink in the eastern world, tea is slowly replacing the usual cup of coffee in the eastern world as well. Its low amount of caffeine and antioxidant properties are two of the main reasons why more and more people are preferring tea. Tea is known to reduce stress levels, a major reason of its growing popularity among youth burdened with various pressures associated with their studies or career. Tea also helps one remain awake and concentrate during pre-exam nights.

Winfrey went to Seattle to create Oprah Chai Tea, with teaologist Naoko Tsunoda. The special blend, features notes of cinnamon, ginger, cardamom and cloves, blended with loose-leaf black tea and rooibos (a legume whose leaves are used to make herbal tea). “I love tea. My daily tea ritual is a vital part of my morning. Savoury and spicy chai, with its deep flavour, has long been a favourite of mine,” said Winfrey. For each product sold, Starbucks will make a donation to Winfrey Leadership Academy Foundation. “To share one of my favourite things with the rest of the world and support youth education at the same time, is truly the perfect blend,” said Winfrey.

Learn about the different types of tea. 

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