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Brew Dog Metrics, a website concerning all things coffee, tea, and beer, has published a blog post reviewing the 5 best tea blends to give a fresh start to the morning. The blog post details the flavors, the constitution, and health benefits of the tea blends under consideration.

The blog post first details the Moringa tea which combines the fruitiness and natural flavors of Moringa Oleifera, green rooibos, and the mango plant. The moringa, commonly regarded as a super herb, is known for its detoxifying properties as a natural antioxidant. It also aids in the management of blood pressure and sugar levels. The particular blend linked to in the blog post is 100% gluten-free and organic certified by the USDA. It is non-GMO project-verified, carb and sugar-free, and caffeine-free. The blog post says that the blend is seeing a rise in popularity due to its effectiveness in modern-day wellness regimens for strength, performance, mental stability, and longevity.

The next tea blend selected is the Christmas morning blend. The blog post says that this one is a flexible blend that can be enjoyed in different forms such as hot or iced, taken with milk, sugar, honey, or just plain. It is a blend of black and green tea. The box highlighted on the blog contains 100 bags of tea which can last a long time. The Stash Tea blends are 100% GMO-free and the bags are made from eco-friendly natural fiber.

Then the blog post talks about Harney and Sons Black Tea which is an English breakfast tea that dates all the back to the 1800s. It is a family-owned brand with a recipe that has been passed down through many generations. Being a family-owned brand they maintain quality by requiring high standards in flavor retention and the manufacturing process. It is popular all around the world and is widely acknowledged for its reputation, originality, quality, taste, and history. It is gluten-free and the store listing is an Amazon’s Choice product.

The next morning tea blend that the blog post talks about is the organic moringa tea blend by Buddha Teas. This moringa blend packs all the vitamins, flavonoids, antioxidants, and other healthy components that might be needed by a tea drinker. Moringa Oleifera and its bioactive constituents, including but not limited to saponins, phenolic acids, tannins, flavonoids, and others, are beneficial in the management of severe health conditions like liver disease, cancer, inflammations, diabetes, hypercholesterolemia, insulin resistance, and others. This tea blend has a flavor that is mild, distinct, smooth, and satisfying. The ingredients in this tea are 100% organic, with no fillers or artificial flavorings. The bags are bleach-free. The recommended preparation method for this tea is to heat the water to 205 degrees and to steep the tea bags for at least 3 minutes.

Finally, the blog post looks at the organic chai tea by TAZO. It says that the tea has a consistency, smoothness, and feel that is its forte. It is a professional blend of black tea with cloves, ginger, black pepper, cardamom, and cinnamon from various regions around the world. The package comes with 6 packs of 20 tea bags that should last a long time.

The blog post mentions that for some of the mentioned teas, dietary statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. Hence it is important to use discretion while purchasing the products mentioned. The blog post ends by listing the qualities that should be looked at when purchasing tea. These qualities are flavor, location, ingredients, and type. Flavors are a subjective choice. The location gives the brand a certain amount of credibility. The ingredients determine the health benefits and effects of the tea. The type such as black tea, green tea, white tea, pu-erh, and oolong influence how the tea is made and consumed.

The blog is run by Brett Lewis, a long time coffee, tea, beer drinker, and brewmaster. This blog post comes on the heels of the new website launch for BDMetrics.com.

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For more information about Brew Dog Metrics, contact the company here:

Brew Dog Metrics
Brett Lewis
brew@bdmetrics.com
821 Atlanta Street
Roswell, GA 30075

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