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The magic of tea: Perfect tea for the cold months

The magic of tea: Perfect tea for the cold months

Posted by Ullman's on 19th Nov 2019

Teas that will help you get through winter

The cold months are upon us. Is it just us or does a nice cup of warm tea sound perfect during the coldest parts of your day? You keep hearing that tea is good for you, but do you get overwhelmed with all the different types available? At Ullmans, we provide many different types of tea but we wanted to breakdown the benefits of some of the common types out there. 

Ginger Tea

Native to the Asia countries, ginger has been used as a health benefit for years. Ginger tea can help relieve nausea and may ease minor pains associated with flu symptoms. Not only does it taste good, but it helps strengthen your immunity during the cold and flu season.Ginger is a great tea, that is great for blending with other herbal teas, such as peppermint, lemongrass and even chamomille. Let us blend your personal tea.  Check out our Spicy Ginger tea in our shop.

Weatherproof Tea

This tea is a herbal tea and has no caffeine.This tea has the perfect partnership for warmth with mild chamomile and aromatic sage. In addition, sweet aniseed is added to prepare you for the winter days ahead.This is truly a tea that warms you from the inside out. If you catch a bug, Chamomile can help soothe sore throats and it can also help improve sleep quality for well needed rest. 

Balance Tea

This tea was made for soothing, balancing, and make the consumer feel really good and is also caffeine free. This tea contains some of your fall recipe staples with a touch of sweetness. The blend contains cinnamon, cardamon, liquorice root, coriander, fennel, ginger and a touch of rose petals. All the essentials to keep you warm.  

Black Tea

All Black teas come from a plant called Camellia Sinensis. The tea plant is native to the Yunnan province in China, where it still grows wild. Black tea has antioxidants and caffeine. Through the oxidation process some of the antioxidants are converted into less potent forms, but on the other hand more caffeine is released, making Black tea an excellent physical stimulant, banishing passivity and making your eyes sparkle.

Green Tea

Green tea is the less fermented form of Black tea, however it comes from the same plant, Camellia Sinensis. Green tea has antioxidant properties, which can be helpful with many health issues. Green tea has more iron, vitamins and catechines than black tea. Green tea can be enjoyed by itself in many variations or combined with fruit and herbal teas.

Tea can...

help you relax

help you to stay awake

help comfort your spirits

may help strengthen you immune system

help you to stay focussed

..and it just tastes good

and remember: Tea is meant to be shared, whether with your loved ones or your best friend.

All of these common teas plus many more are available at and in our brick and mortar located in Berkley, Michigan. If you are looking for other benefits from teas, contact our tea gurus.