Teas are made from the tea plant (Camellia sinensis) or one of its varietals, cultivars, or clonals. Green tea is made from leaves harvested from this plant that have undergone a certain style of processing afterwards. There is a wide variety of resulting green teas, due in part to variations in that processing and in part due to terroir (location where grown, including elevation, and time of year when harvested). Green tea is sometimes referred to as a unoxidized tea, that is one where the leaves have not undergone oxidation (the natural chemical process that occurs right after harvest). CONTINUE READING...
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