Once again February has dawned with the usual explosion of pink and red as the biggest romantic holiday of the year looms just around the corner. For most people, this Valentine's Day will look a bit different; maybe instead of dinner at a fancy restaurant you and your honey are cooking a romantic meal at home or sharing a glass of wine via Skype. Whatever your plans are for the big day, we are kicking off the season of love with the perfect flight of teas to put you in the mood...
From traditional herbs to infusions that just make you feel good, keep reading to learn which teas make the best aphrodisiacs.
Black teas are the most heavily processed of the true tea types and so tend toward earthier or more mineral flavor profiles. However, black teas can also exhibit lighter flavors such as nutty or floral notes depending on cultivar, harvest, and terroir (the complete environment in which a tea is grown).
To highlight this spectrum, we chose to compare three traditional black teas produced in different corners of the world: Guatemala Black, Himalayan Black, and Kenyan Black