Russian Caravan is a blend of oolong, keemun, and lapsang souchong teas, all produced from Camellia sinensis the Chinese tea plant.

Russian Caravan is a blend of oolong, keemun, and lapsang souchong teas, all produced from Camellia sinensis the Chinese tea plant.

Russian Caravan Tea or Caravan Tea, I know you are all thinking that this tea is from Russia, as I thought myself, but, it’s actually from China. The name Russian Caravan Tea came about when tea was transported in camel caravans between China and Russia and so the name Russian Caravan Tea was given in the 18th Century.

 

 
Tea is a part of the Russian and Chinese cultures and is also popular in England too, in fact, many people consume tea daily. The tea exchange between Russia and China was tea for furs, one such tea is the Russian Caravan Tea.

 

 
Russian Caravan Tea is a blend of Oolong Tea, Keemun Tea and Lapsang Souchong Tea which all comes from the tea plant Camellia Sinensis. A black tea from China with an aroma and taste so good you wouldn’t resist. The tea is normally more welcoming during the winter season even though it is available all year round.

 

 
Russian Caravan Tea is available in supermarkets or health food stores worldwide and is packed with lots of health benefits that would make you want more after each cup and not just because of its benefits but taste as well.

 

 
This special blend of tea is known to reduce cholesterol and high blood pressure thus promoting a healthy heart, consuming the tea also aids in the prevention of tooth decay, gives you stronger bones and a healthy looking skin by protecting it from aging, wrinkling and other skin issues.

 

 
The tea is prepared by just using one spoon of blended leaves with a cup of boiled water, sweeteners are added to give it a very nutritious taste.

 

 
Russian Caravan Tea is the one to have as a part of your daily diet or just a cup when relaxing. The malty taste makes it so delicious and nutritious you will even want it as dessert. A great source of anti-oxidants, it was prized as the most important drink after vodka in Russia and is commonly served at dinner parties in that country.

 
But, as with any herbal teas, it is always important to contact a doctor first because our bodies respond differently to anything consumed.

 

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