Black tea is the most oxidized type of tea and contains the most caffeine out of oolong, green and white tea types. The varieties of black tea are named after the different regions where they are produced (eg. Darjeeling from West Bengal and Ceylon from Sri Lanka).
Processing: Black tea is made from tea leaves that are fully oxidized then heated and dried
Health benefits may include reducing the risk of stroke.
Black teas have a vast flavor profile from earthy, fruity, smoky or nutty based on a variety of factors including the growing climate and nearby plants and flowers, Based on each tea’s notes, this bold drink can pair well with breakfast foods like eggs but also with meats and lemony desserts.