Tea is a hugely popular drink. It originated from the tea leaves of Asian plants and has grown into an internationally beloved drink. Tea can be found in households all over the world and, in some ways, unites the world and makes people feel a little bit closer. Of course, there are many different types of tea, some more popular with certain cultures than others. However, there are a few teas whose love crosses borders. Whether for medicinal properties or because it just tastes good, the following tea flavors are the most popular.
Earl Grey is one of the world’s most popular tea flavors; it is a bergamot-flavored black tea. Bergamot is a type of orange and Earl Grey generally has cornflowers added for a pop of color. Earl grey is so popular because of the many variations, like Lady Grey and French Earl Grey.
Chai tea is also popular because it comes in many different flavors and varieties. Chai tea can be spicy, or it could be sweet. Oftentimes people add milk or sugar or additional spices to Chai tea. It’s a common tea to plant and buy.
Fueled primarily by sleep-deprived Americans, sleepy tea is one of the most-searched-for tea flavors. Sleepy tea can use a wide variety of ingredients, but the most common are those considered relaxing and calming because they help people fall asleep. Some of the most common ingredients are chamomile, lavender and peppermint.
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Vegetarianism and veganism are on the rise for a multitude of reasons, from documentary movies revealing the treatment of the animals humans consume to the economic and environmental impacts of consuming meat and other animal-based foods. Cities around the world are more well-aware than ever that they need to satisfy visitors of any dietary choice or taste. A study conducted by WalletHub resulted in a list of the best U.S. cities for vegetarians and vegans using 17 criteria, including the number of restaurants that serve meatless options, the cost of groceries for non-meat eaters and the number of salad shops per capita. And the results are in.