Black tea, also known as Crimson Tea because of the reddish color of it’s infusion is more oxidized, stronger in flavor and contain more cafeine than the other tea varieties. The crafting of black tea involves the withering of the leaves until the moisture content reaches below 60%, at which point they are rolled to help in the release of organic compounds which add to it’s distinct flavor. Black tea generally has a bold taste, and will give you a more (even) and prolonged energy boost than the edgy rush that coffee drinkers are used to.

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