Just imagine one day the wind blew and some leaves from a wild tree fell in your pot of boiling water. You sip the brew made accidentally and got awestruck by the royal delicacy of completely unknown taste. Sounds pretty unreal right? How would it feel to know if this happened in real? The same incident was witnessed by Emperor Shen Nung in 2732 B.C. The integrity of the taste of the naturally made blend touched the soul of the king in such a way that he explained the ever-refreshing feeling as if the liquid was investigating every part of his body. That’s the place tea got its name “ch’a”, this Chinese character means 'to investigate' or 'to check'.

Tea being a simple herb, got a diversified world under its name. This majestic drink can be categorized according to the region of origins such as China, Ceylon, Japanese, Indonesian, and African tea, or by smaller district, as in Darjeeling, Assam, and Nilgris from India, Uva and Dimbula from Sri Lanka, Keemun from Chi-men in China’s Anhwei Province, and Enshu from Japan. Besides this, it's widely available in Bangladesh, especially in the Sylhet region. Besides, this tea is also classified based on the size of leaves, like: flowery pekoe, orange pekoe, pekoe souchang, etc. Above this the most popular way of sorting is on the basis of the manufacturing process. Under this, there are mainly three categories like: Black, Green, and Oolong.

Why drink tea? The majority will answer refreshment and relief. The underlying constituent for which we are getting this spectacular feeling is because of “Caffeine”. One teacup of the fresh leaf contains 60 to 90 milligrams of caffeine. It has anti-inflammatory properties, boosting energy levels, supporting brain health, and liver health and preventing cardiovascular diseases. Drinking tea and making some auspicious memories is where the worth lies.