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I love black tea! I drink it almost every day, and I've tried a lot of different brands. My favorite certified organic black teas are from "Fraser Tea." Organic Black Black tea is made from the leaves of the Camellia Sinensis plant, which grows in many parts of Asia. Black teas are fermented, but not oxidized (the process that turns green and white teas brown). This means that they retain more of their antioxidants than other types of tea do. Black teas tend to be stronger in flavor than green or white teas because they undergo a longer fermentation process. The longer fermentation time gives them their distinctively strong taste and darker coloration—but it also means they're higher in caffeine content than other types of tea! 

You can make black tea using a traditional stovetop method or with an electric kettle and teapot, but if you want to really get into brewing this type of beverage at home, it's worth investing in an infuser basket for your strainer so that you don't have to worry about finding any stray leaves floating around your cup when you're done drinking up! Black tea is traditionally brewed at a higher temperature than other types of tea, but it's also possible to make it just as successfully by brewing it in cold water. This is a great option for anyone who doesn't want their drink to be too strong or bitter. 
 
Organic Earl Grey 

Organic Earl Grey is a black tea with an aroma of bergamot. It has a slightly sweet flavor, as most black teas do, but it’s also got notes of citrus and vanilla. If you want to experience the full flavor of this tea, steep it as directed,—any longer and it will be bitter. Since black tea has caffeine in it, many people feel alert when they drink them (or at least more energetic than usual. Organic Earl Grey isn’t as strong as some other types of caffeinated drinks such as coffee or energy drinks, in fact, many people say that they feel relaxed after drinking instead of feeling on edge or nervous! It’s also good for digestion because it helps food move through your body more easily; this means less bloating! 

While many people enjoy adding milk/cream/half-and-half/whipped cream into their cuppa tea or afternoon treat, you don't need to add any of those ingredients. So, while Organic Earl Grey isn’t quite as acidic as coffee (which is why many people say they feel relaxed after drinking it instead of jittery), it's still a good idea to drink plenty of water over time if you regularly drink tea. 

Organic English Breakfast 

This tea is a classic. It's robust and full-bodied, with a malty flavor and aroma similar to Irish Black Tea. This makes an excellent breakfast tea as well as one of the most popular teas in Britain. It goes especially well with milk and sugar or honey but also tastes nice with lemon or other citrus fruits. As a black tea, it is also perfect for making a classic cup of iced tea. It has the necessary tannin levels to brew well cold, and its robust flavor will stand up well to sweeteners. If you're looking for a refreshing summer drink, this is an excellent choice. 

Organic Chai Spice 

Our Organic Chai Spice black tea is a delicious blend of organic Chinese oolong, Indian Assam black teas, and extracts. It has a strong flavor that you will love! What is chai spice? Chai is an Indian word meaning "tea" or "spiced tea." The spices used in chai are usually cinnamon, cardamom, ginger root, cloves, and peppercorn; however, there can be many more variations depending on where the spice blends originate from. Chai is believed to have originated in China where it was used as a medicinal drink. The Chinese drank chai with honey and herbs for its medicinal qualities. The original chai spice tea was made with two types of tea; one black and one green. These teas were blended together with spices, milk, and sugar to make a delicious hot drink.

These are just some of my favorite organic black teas. They are delicious and healthier, too. How can we be so sure? Because organic teas are grown without pesticides or herbicides, you're getting a cleaner product with less contamination from chemicals. Organic tea leaves also have higher levels of antioxidants like flavonoids than non-organic leaves do. These antioxidants help to neutralize free radicals in your body that can cause cancer and other diseases. And if that isn't enough to convince you, consider this: non-organic farms often use large amounts of chemical fertilizers on their crops, which run off into nearby streams and rivers when it rains—and drinking water sources are at risk whenever there is runoff from farms like these!

Organic certification assures consumers that no harmful synthetic fertilizers were used during the growing process (including nitrogen fertilizers or phosphates) because they've been banned by the USDA National Organic Program since 2002; organic crops must also be pest-free at harvest time through natural means rather than chemical sprays; organic farmers cannot use genetically modified seeds; no radiation treatment may be used during processing; processing aids such as emulsifiers must come from natural sources only (like citrus peels). 

Organic certification is the only way to guarantee that you're getting what you pay for: pure, unadulterated, healthy teas. Organic certification is verifiable and traceable through the USDA. With organic teas growing in popularity, it's no wonder many farmers have switched to organic methods—it's simply more profitable!

If you’re looking for a way to get some good antioxidants into your diet, the black teas we have at www.michiganteas.com are absolutely perfect. They’re tasty and flavorful, and great pick-me-up in the afternoon or evening. We hope that you give some of these teas a try soon! Check www.michiganteas.com and choose the best black tea(s) for you and your loveones....

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