Are you tired of making rounds with the same type of teas? Green tea, black tea, and tea with milk are delicious, but it is always great to try something new. We all know that teas are filled with antioxidants that can be beneficial for you. We also know that each tea comes with its own added benefit, so imagine how many world-class tea perks you are missing out on by not investing in other types of teas!

You have a gorgeous glass teapot with a stainless infuser, and all you use it for is three to four teas? That’s atrocious! If you have a beautiful glass teapot with an infuser, then you need to make sure you take full advantage of it in this lifetime.

Here, we have made a list of three unique teas in the world that every tea fan needs to try at least once. Every tea comes with an infusion of the culture of the land it has been grown in. so, take your taste buds for a tour around the world with these unique teas.

Purple Tea

We bet we pretty much grabbed your attention with the name. Purple has always been this stunning and enigmatic color, and to have this hue a part of tea is just wonderful. Purple tea is a special genre of tea found in a specific number of tea farms in Kenya. Though it is unique, it is not separate from the category of tea itself. If you look hard enough, you can find purple oolong. Black and green teas. Though mostly found in Kenya, this tea is also produced in Japan, India, and China, though it would differ in taste. The tea leaves’ raw purplish and the possible extra health benefits make it such a special tea to have. The tea has a pigment called anthocyanin, which is beneficial in shielding the brain from neurodegenerative diseases.


The fact that kukicha is a by-product of tea production is what makes it so special. Kukicha does not end up in a teabag. Instead, it is a loose leaf tea that is produced through premium quality tea leaves. It can be made from different tea leaves such as Sencha, kabusecha, bancha, and gyokuro. Since it has low caffeine content, this tea is much more popular as a macrobiotic.
Yerba mate
This is a fairly well-known tea since it is a herbal tea with caffeine content. This is one of the most well-known and significant drinks in South America, and what makes it special is that it has a lot of antioxidants that can bring you so many benefits. The Yerba Mate tea leaves can be roasted and blended with other ingredients and added
to your glass teapot infuser.

How to use a glass teapot with a stainless infuser

Using a glass teapot with an infuser is easy. All you need to do is add warm water to the teapot, to ready it. Throw out the warm water, and then add the tea leaves to the infuser. Then, pour boiling water over the tea leaves to the brim and let the concoction steep for a few minutes before serving.

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