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Black Teas

Black Teas are fully oxidized teas known for their exquisite color, strength, and invigorating aroma.

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Bold in character, strength, and aromas, a cup of good black tea gives you exquisite golden brown colors and muscatel flavors. Rich in antioxidants, it may help with improved heart and gut health, lowered “bad” LDL cholesterol, blood pressure, and blood sugar levels.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are black teas good for?

Black tea has a higher level of caffeine than other teas but contains less caffeine than coffee. Black tea contains a good amount of antioxidants. These have a variety of health benefits: reduce inflammation in the body, boosts heart health, and alleviates energy.

Why is black tea unhealthy?

Black tea contains caffeine. People on medication should be careful of consuming high dose of black tea as taking antibiotics along with black tea can increase the risk of side effects including jitteriness, headache, and increased heart rate.

Is it OK to drink black tea everyday?

Drinking black tea in moderate amounts like 2-3 cups a day is generally safe for most people.

Is black tea the healthiest tea?

Black and green tea both are rich in antioxidants and are equally good with multiple health benefits.

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