I'm drinking tea all day everyday... and not just when I'm sick. Yes, I'm sick right now, but I love tea all the time! Get excited about some of these odd teas and the new classics, too. Adding just one more flavor to your home collection will add a LOT of variation to your life.
Specialty teas like this nod to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Do these slightly more expensive, super-creative teas actually taste better than the teas you can buy at Acme? I don't know, but I'm willing to experiment.
Most people haven't really experienced an authentic chai tea. I really like the "fake" kind, so I intend to taste the real deal ASAP.
Strawberry and lychee green tea
Sometimes incorporating a fruit with a classic green tea can add a brightness that breaks up the bitterness in a delightful way. The more colorful, the more fun!
Tea companies want to get the attention of the coffee addicts now by marketing a hyper-caffeinated version of their product! I'm in.
This Hawaiian brand takes pride in a raw cacao presentation that reflects a coffee bean aesthetic. There are lots of kinds of chocolate tea, but I don't think I've ever had any of them!
Honey vanilla chamomile
I stand by this flavor as the best way to drink chamomile tea. Chamomile tea is calming, but it tastes weird, and this combo revives the flavor! Plus, this is a very cost effective brand.
A nice, rich cherry tea functions perfectly on a cold October evening-- it'll look like you're sipping some hot blood. Do it for the vampire aesthetic.
When I was in theater, this tea helped save many a show. If you've never tried it, you should... just to feel the sensation of it smoothing your throat. I don't understand how it works. Be warned; it tastes licorice-y.