Handpicked from Zhejiang province of China, Longjing Green tea is every tea connoisseur's favourite among the green teas. With clean, sweet, earthy and herbaceous notes that remind you of the fresh mountain air and running streams, every leaf in this tea resonates of sheer goodness and excellence. 1. Food: After steeping for multiple times, you can reuse the steeped leaves in salads or garnish your veggies with the same. 2.VaniTea: This tea is high in antioxidants and works wonders for your skin. Dabbing ice cubes of its infusion help in clearing blemishes. Turn the wet tea leaves into tiny tea bags and use them to cool and dab away a bad tan.