1. Oolong: a kind of dark - coloured China tea made by fermenting the withered leaves to about half the degree usual for black teas.
2. Earl grey: a kind of China tea flavoured with bergamot.
3. Black tea: tea served without milk.
4. Green tea: tea made from unfermented leaves that is pale in colour and slightly bitter in flavour, produced mainly in China and Japan.
5. Herbal tea: a hot drink made with or flavoured with herbs.
6. Yellow tea: It is produced similarly to green tea, but with an added step of being steamed under a damp cloth after oxidation, giving the leaves a slightly yellow colouring.
7. Fermented tea: Fermented tea (also known as post - fermented tea or dark tea) is a class of tea that has undergone microbial fermentation, from several months to many years.
8. Matcha: powdered green tea leaves, dissolved in hot water to make tea or used as a flavouring.
9. Chamomile: an infusion of dried flowers of sweet camomile.
10. Iced tea: a chilled drink of sweetened tea without milk, typically flavoured with lemon.
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