When should you drink green tea?  

If you know about the benefits of green tea, you will easily understand when it is best to indulge in a little cup of green tea. Green tea can be enjoyed at any time of day. Consuming green tea in the morning can help you wake up gently. It’s not for nothing that one of our organic green teas is called Lovely Morning!

After lunch or as part of a mid-morning break, green tea can relax you while also giving you an extra boost and improving your concentration for the rest of the day.

As for the consumption of green tea later in the day, there are still no real conclusions.

Does green tea stop you sleeping? The answers include “Yes,” “No,” and above all, “It Depends.” Just like caffeine, the effect of theine depends on the person. Some will say that they can’t fall asleep if they have green tea after 5 p.m., while others will sleep like babies whenever they drink it!


While the results of certain studies are still being debated, there are numerous benefits of green tea. Now it’s up to you to decide. Which green tea will you choose to take advantage of its benefits? Visit Kusmi and discover our range of green teas. 

Choosing the right organic green tea

Green tea is known for being the most Asian of teas, given that it is the most-consumed tea in China, Korea, and Japan. Meanwhile, black tea is more consumed in the West. The other major difference with black tea is that green tea is the least transformed tea of the two, and is only partially oxidized.

It can be hard to choose between black tea, green tea, white tea, and caffeine-free infusions. If you have already decided on green tea from among all the others, the hardest part is behind you.

Understand the different types of tea.

But which green tea should you choose? Read on just a little further to finally enjoy all the benefits of green tea.

At Kusmi, you’re spoiled for choice among all our organic green teas! And because we love offering something to suit all tastes, you can find just as many flavored green teas as plain green teas.

Plain green teas by Kusmi

Whether they’re from India, China or Japan, plain green teas will soon be in pride of place in your tea collection.