Waking up in the early morning and wishing the loved ones “Good Morning”, we start our day. If this phrase has to be the most used in the world the second would be “One Cup Tea”. About a majority of the world population would agree with the fact that without a cup of tea the day remains incomplete.

What is tea? A perfect blend of taste, aroma, myth, facts, stories, philosophy, life and more. Not only this, the word tea covers a wider aspect and diversity in it. Like its taste, the facts might mesmerize one.
• In the world, there are around 3000 types of teas but the most interesting part is all come from the same plant, Camellia sinensis. The difference lies in how the leaves are treated after they are harvested.
• It takes around 2,000 tiny leaves to make just one pound of finished tea.
• Tea is a credible hydrating drink containing polyphenols that have antioxidant, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory properties
• It helps to prevent cardiovascular diseases and diabetes mellitus.
• The average person in Britain drinks nearly 1,000 cups of tea a year whereas the annual consumption of tea is 3.6 billion cups around the world.
• Tea has more caffeine-based weight than coffee. Tea leaves have 3.5%, while coffee beans have 1.1% – 2.2%, but typically more coffee beans are used when making coffee than tea leaves.