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Tisane - Characteristics and Tea Types 0

  Tisane, also known as herbal tea, is actually not a true tea. Unlike black, green, or white tea, tisanes do not use the leaves of the tea plant,...

White Tea - The Processing Method & Tea Types 0

White Tea is known to be one of the lightest and most delicate teas. For reason being that it is so minimally processed. The white tea bushes are ...

The Benefits of White Tea 0

      White tea comes from the Camellia sinensis plant and contains a large number of polyphenols. These polyphenols are responsible for various h...

The History of White Tea 0

White tea originated in China during the Chinese Imperial Dynasties (600-1300). Tea drinking was a vital part of Chinese culture during this time....
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The Benefits of Black Tea 0

         Black tea is one of the most popular teas to drink. Depending on the steeping time, black tea can hold a lot of caffeine. That assisted e...

The History of Black Tea 0

     Black tea, also known as “red tea,” was discovered in China in the mid 17th century. Many years prior, only green and oolong teas were consume...
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Black Tea - The Processing Methods & Tea Types 0

         Black tea derives from two different types of the camellia sinensis plant: camellia sinensis-sinensis from China and camellia sinensis-as...

The Benefits of Green Tea 0

     Green tea is a must have super-food and is considered the healthiest beverage on the planet. This conclusion is primarily due to the extensiv...