Top 10 Teas from Around the World to Celebrate “National Hot Tea Month”

National Hot Tea Month

January is National Hot Tea Month, so it is time to share with you our selections of the Top 10 Teas. Given the vast multitude of excellent teas from all over the world, we cannot say we tried them all, but we would certainly like that opportunity. These ten are GAYOT.com’s favorites, many of them organic and sustainable, and all crafted with utmost care. Here’s one Tea Party everyone should join.

1.) Adagio Golden Yunnan

This complex, golden-tipped tea boasts a rich, warm aroma and a nice smoky flavor. The bold, black brew hails from the Yunnan province of China.

2.) Elemental Tea Kenya Black Dryer Mouth

This organic offering is robustly flavored and full-bodied but very low in caffeine. We also like its almost bitter aftertaste and hint of spice. It’s particularly high in antioxidants, because it was not sorted (graded) after it came out of the mouth of the dryer (hence its name: Dryer Mouth).

3.) Golden Moon Rasa Sinharaja Black Tea

Dubbed the “scholar’s cup,” the full-bodied, molasses-like Golden Moon tea is grown in the Sri Lankan rainforests. It is rich and strong with nice floral notes.

4.) Kusmi Tea’s Anastasia Black Tea

Kusmi Tea dates back to 1867 in St. Petersburg, where it was sipped by Russian czars. It’s surprisingly light, offering a smoother take on classic Earl Grey, with notes of bergamot, lemon and orange blossom.

5.) Novus Tea Sapphire Earl Grey

In addition to bergamot, this black tea melange also features whole blue malva flowers, which add a nice pop of color and light floral note to the brew. We love it paired with dessert.

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SOURCE: FOX News, Gayot