and all this stuff:ginger, black tea leaves and some lemon grass
ginger lemon tea
Darjeeling tea is not your average tea. It's called the 'Champagne of Teas' for a reason. It's fruity demeanour, light in its essence, is one of the most distinct and sought after flavours on the planet. Fancy words aside, Darjeeling Tea *is* special. Other than being the first Indian product to receive the GI (Geographical Indication) tag, meaning only it is permitted to be grown in Darjeeling. So you can bet your uh, essence that a lot of care goes into plucking and sorting it. Then packing and blending it. Then brewing and serving it. Oh, and did we mention that it's brewed with ginger and lemon? Well it's in the name so no surprise there. The aftertaste alone is worth a whole conversation on its own. Wait. This actually would've been a surprise.
functional benefits of ginger lemon tea
Darjeeling black tea (amber coloured) is a known anti-oxidant, it helps reducing inflammation and other oxidation related internal hullabaloo (OORIH). It also prevents halitosis and general bad breath problems. It is not a substitute for brushing or dentists though. Oh, and the ginger in it is a massive immunity booster. Did you know that ginger contains essential amounts of chromium, magnesium and zinc that help in regulating blood flow and combat motion sickness. Despite all this, ginger denies being in a thrash metal band.