A Tea Drinking Guide


Tea can be defined as an aromatic beverage usually prepared by pouring boiling or hot water over treated leaves of the camellia sinensis, commonly known as tea leaves, an evergreen plant native to individual countries on the planet. In fact of water, tea is the most extensively consumed drink in the globe. Tea originated in some Asian countries where it was utilized as a therapeutic drink. It was popularized as a leisure time drink during the relish era. There are different kinds of tea all over the world, and they include white tea, pu’erch tea, black tea, oolong tea and last but not least, the green tea. All these tea comes from the leaves of camellia sinensis plant.

The approaches of tea are formed by changing the profile and chemistry of the leaf, unromantically referred to us as manufacture or processing. Tea processing is done in five fundamental steps; although some teas do not employ all of these steps, while some teas repeat them numerous times. Essential processing is plucking, withering that is to allow the leaves to wilt and become softer, rolling that allows the leaves to be shaped and squeezing out the juices, oxidizing and finally to firing them to make them dry.

After all these processes the five types of tea can be produced. White Kettl tea tea is fundamentally unrefined tea. White teas generate extremely pale green or yellow liquor and are the mainly fragile in aroma and flavor. Green tea is plucked, shrunken and rolled. Oolong tea is one of the most time-consuming teas to produce. It employs all of the five essential steps, with oxidizing and rolling done repetitively.

Oolongs characteristically have much more sophisticated flavor than White or Green teas, with incredibly smooth, soft astringency and well-off in fruity or floral zest thus oolongs are perfect for those new to tea consumption. Black teas present the strongest zests and, in various cases, the utmost astringency. Pu’erh tea is an unusual art, and they are valued for their earthy, musty or woodsy smell and creamy, even taste. Check out this website at http://edition.cnn.com/HEALTH/indepth.food/beverages/tea/index.html for more facts about tea.

Gyokuro is a form of shaded green tea and is commonly used as medicine by many people. Tea as any other thing on earth has its advantages and disadvantages. The most significant benefit of taking tea is that they have less quantity of caffeine as weighed against to coffee. They as well reduce the stress and have various health benefits. Alternatively, tea has assured inconveniences. A lot of human beings do not know that similar to coffee, and tea as well as drawbacks. A good example of disadvantages of Kettl tea is that they have tannic acid and that might lead to the problem of anemia and iron deficiency if consumed in large quantities.


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