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Japanese Green Tea

Japanese Green Tea There are thousands of varieties of green tea grown in different countries. Green tea was originally grown in China and brought to Japan by Buddhists monks. Now China, Japan, and India produce the bulk of what's sold. Japanese strains alone account for twenty different types of green tea, and every country and region’s tea tastes different. Japanese tea tastes of fresh grass and has a bit of the ocean in it. Most are processed by machine (UEndure is harvested by hand), ensuring a consistent product. They change its flavor by roasting the leaves or adding things like rice...

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Steeping The Perfect Cup Of Tea

Steeping the perfect cup of tea can make all the difference in how delicious it tastes.

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Health Benefits Of Tea

The Wonderful Health Benefits Of Tea One of the well-known health benefits of tea is increased antioxidant activities within the body. Antioxidants help to stabilize free radicals. Free radicals can cause significant damage (and disease) to the body, including cancers, heart disease and illnesses. When a larger amount of free radicals are housed in the body, a domino effect can occur creating increasing damage within the body. Drinking tea on a regular basis can provide wonderful antioxidant benefits for the body. Antioxidant Benefits Differ Teas come in four different varieties and the antioxidant benefits differ with each one. For example,...

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Oolong Tea - Chinese Tradition

Oolong Tea: A Chinese Tradition

Oolong tea, originally known as Beiyun Tea, is an extremely popular Chinese tea dating back to the Tang Dynasty. It was widely known for its unique quality and flavor, and was commonly used as a “tribute tea” during the Song Dynasty. In time, Beiyun tea became known as Wuyi tea because of the Wuyi Mountain region it originated from. It grew in popularity and fame, and continued to be used as a tribute tea throughout the Ming and Qing Dynasties. In the early 1700’s, tea manufacturers took the traditional methods of making Wuyi tea, improved the process, and created what is...

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