Tea has been a popular beverage around the world for centuries. Many cultures and countries have a wide range of different traditions when it comes to tea, which makes it so fascinating. Today we will be talking about Arabic tea trends. Have a look at some of our favourites:

Chamomile (Babooneh)
Used for reducing stress and anxiety,
Chamomile is made by brewing dried chamomile flowers. It is also used for alleviating pain and discomfort, and helping to improve sleep.
Sipology recommendation: Our Egyptian Chamomile, Herbal Tea
is made from Egyptian Chamomile blossoms (8061 CA/US).

Mint (Na'na)
Commonly used to get over colds, a sore throat, sinus congestion and stomach ulcers. It can also be used for seasonal allergies,
as mint contains and anti-inflammatory agent. Mint tea has high antioxidants and vitamins, and helps boost immunity.
Sipology recommendation: Our Peppy Peppermint Herbal Tea
is a classic peppermint tea and, just like it sounds, is made with peppermint leaves (8031 CA/US).

Cardamom (Hal)
Very common in Arabic culture, and is known for its strong aroma. It can be mixed with coffee, as well, and it said to help digestion. It is best to consume before meals.
Sipology recommendation: Our Masala Chai, Herbal Tea has cardamom in it, as well as g
inger, cinnamon, fennel seeds, cloves, black pepper and nutmeg (8402 CA/US).

Black Tea
Although there are no health benefits, black tea is incredibly popular in Arabic culture. Coffee actually comes second to black tea, as it provides long lasting energy and helps flush the system of toxins. Lemon can be added, as well.
Sipology recommendation: Our classic Earl Grey de la Creme (1017 CA/US)
is the perfect black tea. We also recommend our Cinnamon Chai, Black tea (1917 CA/US).