7 Bizarre Teas From Around The World

By: Jigyasa Kakwani

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If you can't enjoy your favourite cup of tea with even the slightest change in preparation style, imagine drinking one of these bizarre teas from around the world.

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1. Bug Poop Tea

This tea from China is made from the faeces of grain moth larvae that are fed on special, organic tea leaves.

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2. Cheese Tea

Cheese tea, invented in Taiwan, is a combination of black or green tea, milk, cream cheese, and salt.

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3. Panda Dung Tea

One of the most expensive teas in the world, this tea plantation in China is fertilized with panda excrement.

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4. Tomato Mint Tea

This tea is a blend of tomato, mint, and black tea. Its taste is similar to drinking a bowl of soup.

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5. Namkeen Chai

This pink tea is not as sweet as it looks. Also called Kashmiri tea, it is made with green tea leaves, baking soda, and sea salt.

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6. Pu-Erh Tea

It's a green tea traditional to China that is slowly aged using a fungus.

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7. Fermented Yak Butter Tea

This creamy concoction from the Himalayan regions of Nepal, Bhutan, India, and Tibet is made by mixing regular tea with yak butter and salt.

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