L-theanine is a powerful nootropic found in tea. It calms you down and helps you focus without making you drowsy or tired. Most people familiar with L-theanine take it as a supplement to reduce stress and unwind.
By adding L-theanine to your caffeine intake, you give your body the ability to react to the positive effects of caffeine while mitigating its negative effects. We often relate the relationship between caffeine and L-theanine in tea to the brake and gas pedal in a car. You need the former to get to your destination, but you need the latter to get there safely.
We believe you shouldn't limit yourself to repeating the same old, boring routine every day. Drinking coffee on a daily basis or even just to get the energy spike you need isn't the only possibility out there. We want to encourage you to break your mundane routine. Switch it up!
There are six main categories of tea, and there are over 20,000 different types of tea in the world. And when you start to combine teas and milks, you get an endless variety that is certain to fit the taste, quality, and richness you're looking for.
Long story short, you'll never run out of flavors to try with milk tea.
The coffee bean making process is incredibly taxing on the environment. In a 2003 UNESCO study, it's been found that one standard cup of coffee requires 140 liters of water to make. Not to mention that billions of coffee cups are thrown away each year around the world, which pollutes our landfills and adds to our plastic pollution problem.
There is an element to milk tea that makes drinking it a magical experience. It's hard to explain, but the closest we can get to an explanation is this: Throughout history, magic is confused with innovation. When a specific outcome is mystical and unexpected, it's considered magical. And when it comes to milk tea, there's just something about the way tea leaves work with the milk that just feels right. Milk tea gives you the same energy as coffee, with a more robust flavor profile, and yet doesn't give you the jitters or the anxiety. This is what happens when you drink milk tea. You're drinking something magical.