Drinking Tea
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Drinking Tea

Tea is the next most popular libation after water. It’s interesting to note that the 3,200,000 tons of tea produced globally come from a single kind of plant known as “Camellia sinensis.” How can a plant become a drink? A large range of tea flavors, scents, and colors may entice even the most skeptical consumer….

Characteristics Of Tea
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Characteristics Of Tea

The tea has a variety of qualities. Those qualities are cause improve its market value. Knowing about the characteristics of tea is important before choosing a cup of tea. Any endeavor to enhance manufacturing is pointless if a tea taster’s terms for describing a tea are not fully understood. So many tea tasters have written…

Pure Water and Fine Tea
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Pure Water and Fine Tea

Tea originated in China 5,000 years ago. Tea selection and brewing have evolved into an art form. Health and spiritual qualities are included in the tea brewing process. Experienced tea drinkers throughout the world often adhere to established criteria for tea infusion or brewing. The infusion procedure is frequently as significant as the initial tea…

Caffeine
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Caffeine

What is Caffeine? The caffeine content of tea is the basis of tea’s reputation as an uplifting and invigorating beverage. Caffeine is a central nervous system stimulant and a member of the family of chemicals called methylxanthines, which can be found m more than sixty different plants Consumption of caffeine is widespread and popular; in…

Seed Tea
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Seed Tea

Before the question of seeds as planting material is considered, it is relevant to note certain facts about the nature of the tea plant. The tea plant is virtually self-sterile and requires cross-pollination for the satisfactory setting of viable seeds. It is therefore said to be out-breeding. All plants in populations of out-breeding species are…

Tea Grades
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Tea Grades

Tea Grading The final step in the tea manufacturing process is grading. The tea leaves brought from the field to the factory are finally divided into different grades. While traditional machines are used to grade tea, modern machines are now available in factories. the use of modern technological machines for the tea classification today saves…

Ceylon Black Tea
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Ceylon Black Tea

Introduction to Ceylon Black Tea Sri Lankan tea is known in the world as ‘Ceylon Tea’. There are several types of tea produced in Sri Lanka. Ceylon black tea is most widely produced in Sri Lanka and it has high demand in the world. For a Sri Lankan, tea is literally second only to water,…

Tea Withering Process
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Tea Withering Process

Introduction to tea withering Tea is one of the most popular beverage in the world and has many health benefits. Tea can be divided into several categories depending on the manufacturing process. The first step in the black tea production is tea withering process. The withering of tea is basically a drying process where it…