Invigorate your life with an amazing cup of tea. Home of the finest teas from around the world, as well as tea gifts, articles, books, accessories and more, GAYOT's recommendations will show you what is brewing in no time.
Top 10 Black Teas
Black tea is the most common form of the beverage, and comes from the oxidized leaves of the Camellia sinensis shrub. From Kenya to Nepal to China, GAYOT's list of the Top 10 Black Teas offers tasty selections from all over the world.
Top 10 Green Teas
With green tea's myriad of health benefits, there's no reason not to go green. We make it easy with our list of teas for beginners to aficionados.
Rishi Tea - Ruby Black
Brew the organic loose leaves of Ruby tea for a bold taste and a strong wake-up call to your day.
Ikaati Soothe Organic Herbal Infusion Tea
Start relaxing those tense muscles with a cup of 100 percent organic herbal tea to relieve the stress from the day.
Robot Tea Infuser
Use this quirky gadget to brew some fun into your tea time.
Flora African Botanicals' Herbal Healthy Tea
Drinking a cup a day of this floral herbal tea will keep your immune system healthy and digestion issues at bay.
Organic India Tulsi Moringa Tea
Having a tough day? Relieve your stress and get all the health benefits this powerful herbal mix of lemongrass, tulsi and moringa tea from Organic India has to offer.
Top 10 Iced Teas
Offering a caffeine pick-me-up in a cool package, iced tea is a refreshing alternative to hot tea or coffee when the weather is warm. Check out GAYOT's Top 10 Iced Teas to find healthy, antioxidant-rich beverages brewed in a variety of styles.
Hipster owls are so yesterday. Here comes the manatee! Your tea-drinking experience won’t ever be the same with the addition of this adorable animal tea infuser from Fred & Friends.
WHAT IS TEA? DEFINITION:
n. [D. thee; Malay teh ; Chin. dial. t'e, for Mandarin ch'a, tea.]
1. a white-flowered evergreen plant, Thea sinensis, grown in China, India, Japan etc.
2. its dried and prepared leaves, used to make a beverage.
3. the beverage made by soaking tea leaves in boiling