Tea comes in countless flavors and variations. People all over the world drink different blends every day. We have all heard of Orange Pekoe and Earl Grey, but what about the more exotic and less-known varieties? Read on to learn about the world’s weirdest teas.
1. In the high altitudes of Tibet, Yak butter tea is drank daily. The greyish-purple drink takes a half day to make as the tea leaves are boiled for hours. Tibetans enjoy this warming beverage shaken, or churned with Yak butter and salt. The high-energy drink is traditionally shook to the consistency of stew or oil, and served from a bowl. The tea is also known to keep lips moisturized and prevent chapping.