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For many workers, coffee is part of their daily routine. However, some people begin to find that coffee is no longer suites them. We begin to realize that the intake of caffeine will cause sleeplessness, nervousness, and even heart palpitations. And the awareness of healthy is more and more important in our daily life now.
If you still need the caffeine to wake you up in the morning and also want to keep a healthy life style. Then you’ll want to begin exploring tea options that are low in caffeine content. You can begin with something stronger, like a black tea, but if you find that it bothers you, then consider a green tea or a white tea. Be sure to look at our recommendations below!
Part of it is recognizing that while coffee invites us to keep on going, tea by contrast invites us to slow down, to think about the day and soak in the experience. A cup of afternoon tea need you participate into and calm down to adjust your steps. That’s don’t mean tea will make you drowsy. There is an amino acid, L-theanine that help you relax as well as caffeine.
So what are our recommendations for making the switch?
If you love the flavor of black coffee, the ideal choice of tea is Keemun Imperial Gongfu Black Tea. For a Coffee with Milk / Cream Experience, Yunnan Dian Hong Black Tea and Yunnan Dian Hong Gold Tips Black Tea will be your choice. For a Coffee Experience–Milk / Cream / Sugar Optional, there are three choices Keemun Black Tea , Da Hong Pao Oolong Tea and Lapsang Souchong Black Tea. For a Caffeine Light Experience, Jasmine Flower Green Tea will be nice.
Hope you can find your transition from coffee to tea. Best-tea would like to share more tea tips here with you.