All types of chinese teas explained


All Types Of Chinese Teas Explained


Probably you are familiar with the chinese saying, Firewood, rice, oil, salt, sauce, vinegar, and tea are the seven necessities to begin a day. Though tea is last on the list, we can still see how important the tea is for the Chinese.

There are actually thousand of Chinese tea varieties. These are usually classified by procedure, quality, and preparation methods and so on. However, if we will consider tea in terms of quality, there are actually eight classes of Chinese t...


 


 


Probably you are familiar with the chinese saying, Firewood, rice, oil, salt, sauce, vinegar, and tea are the seven necessities to begin a day. Though tea is last on the list, we can still see how important the tea is for the Chinese.

There are actually thousand of Chinese tea varieties. These are usually classified by procedure, quality, and preparation methods and so on. However, if we will consider tea in terms of quality, there are actually eight classes of Chinese tea. These include green tea, oolong, black, red, white, yellow, flower, and compressed tea.

Now, lets take a look at these classes one by one.

Green Tea

Green tea is said to be the most natural type of Chinese tea. It is usually picked, naturally dried and fried briefly to get rid of its grassy smell. Unlike the other types, green tea skipped fermentation process.

According to some experts, green tea has the most medicinal value and the least caffeine content of all

 



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