There are many ways to brew coffee at home.
When you can stick to these simple rules to #makecoffeebetter while at home:
Camillia Senensis : tea
All "tea" comes from the Camillia Senensis plant. If it does not contain this plant then it is not "technically" tea. Peppermint "tea" does not contain the tea leaf, it is simply an herbal steep. Some teas can be blended with other teas, herbs and fruits to make tea blends. Most teas are named from the region they are grown: Darjeeling from the Darjeeling State in West Bengal. Ceylon comes from the island of Sri Lanka, previously known as British Ceylon.
Black, green, and oolong teas all come from the same plant. The difference between black, green, and oolong tea is in it's processing. Blacks have been fully oxidized, oolong's semi-oxidized, and green tea is non-oxidized. Imagine an apple, take a fresh bite from the apple and that is green tea. Let the apple start to brown and that is oolong. Black tea is when your apple is wrinkled and sweet.
Brewing loose leaf tea allows for the tea leaves to breath. This creates a cup of tea with a fuller body and deeper flavor.