Green Tea

Chinese Tea Plant
Assam Tea Plant
White Tea
Green Tea
Oolong Tea
Black Tea
Darjeeling Tea
Pu-erh Tea

Green tea is processed only a little more than white tea.  It is dried, or fired as soon as it is picked in order to minimize oxidation (oxidation increases caffeine levels), to retain the freshness and preserve high levels of polyphenols (powerful antioxidents that boost the immune system). As the name implies, green teas has a grassy quality. Dragon-well is one of the best known types from Hangzhou, China and has asparagus and artichoke notes.

Japanese green teas have a more brilliant green color and often exhibit a sea-like aroma.

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