Most people drink tea, and you’d think that England would be in first place when it comes to tea drinking. That’s not true! But, that doesn’t matter. What today’s post is about then? Well, what your favourite tea says about your personality!
- Green tea
Health-conscious, calm and determined are some of the personality traits that can be related to tea lovers who prefer green tea. Green tea is a favourite of active people because it can help increase energy and reach fitness and weight loss goals faster.
2. Black tea
Strong, determined and traditional tea lovers may find black tea their favourite kind. Black tea is often a choice of busy people who are goal-oriented, but also aware of their health.
3. Flavoured tea
If you enjoy exploring flavoured teas, you may be creative and open-minded. Flavoured tea isn’t a traditional tea. They’re playful, modern and break the rules to achieve something unique.
4. White tea
White tea lovers are stylish, refined, care about beauty and simplicity, as well as delicate and smooth flavours. They’re looking for something different and unique, beautiful and healthy at the same time.
5. Bubble tea
The bubble tea type is stylish, modern, cares about trends and loves good food. This tea is all about strong and sweet flavours.
6. Oolong tea
Oolong is reserved for sophisticated people, those who have the patience to really understand their tea, and who don’t mind the versatility. This type of tea is one that’ll surprise you, which will have the widest range of flavours from light and airy to strong and roasted, but can sometimes become very bitter if not brewed properly.
7. Flower tea
Floral tea such as rose or lavender is often a tea of choice for those who are always looking for beauty in life, and those who love to indulge. Flower tea stands for refinement, style and individualism.
8. Chamomile tea
Chamomile herbal tea is often a tea of choice when you’re feeling anxious, stressed or worried. It’s caffeine free, very readily available and can help you relax.
9. Pu’erh tea
Dark Pu’erh is an acquired taste, but also one of the most expensive teas in the world. Pu’erh tea drinkers and collectors love quality, value and attention to detail. Getting the best pu’erh and being able to truly appreciate it takes patience and long-term dedication.
10. Spiced tea
Tea aficionados who enjoy spiced teas such as masala chai tea, ginger tea, or other spiced blends will likely be warm, enthusiastic, and daring.
11. English breakfast tea
English Breakfast is all about tradition, strength and doing what you know works best without too much experimentation. Tea aficionados who choose English Breakfast as their favourite tea probably know what they want and how they want it.
Love, Deem/Skye Lewis ❤
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