When we're out and about at events meeting people, we often ask them what kind of tea they like. Lots of folks just say "green tea", but many are really surprised to learn that there are tons of green teas out there. It could be said that green tea really isn't a noun, it's an adjective. A single name doesn’t do green tea justice because there are so many different types available.
Tea used to be seen as the "English drink" on this side of the pond, but no more; hot tea consumption is on the rise in the United States. In Twitter-speak, it's "trending!"
Research from Euromonitor International suggests that while Lipton continues to be the top-selling tea brand in the U.S., Americans are expanding their palates and starting to enjoy more exotic premium teas, with bold flavors like our own Clari-Tea House varieties in greater numbers.