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Cultivated mainly in China, primarily from the tea plants grown in Fujian province, white tea is made from the un-blossomed tea buds. What distinguishes white tea from other types of tea, is the production process.
The upper buds of the plant are plucked before they open, they are “withered” in special tubs without exposure to direct sunlight. This way, cell fractionation by softening is prevented and the nutritional values stay at maximum level. Then, they are dried with natural ways such as drying in direct sunlight or air drying in the shadow and so white tea, which is rich in antioxidants, is made.Show All
Cultivated mainly in Japan and China, green tea is one of the popular teas produced in different parts of the world. Unlike white tea, after the withering process, it is generally roasted or steamed. This allows the color and the vegetal taste of green tea to be preserved. The caffein and tannin content is higher compared to that of white tea. The drying process is kept shorter than black tea; allowing the leaves, which are less oxidized, to preserve their antioxidant content for a longer time.
When consumed regularly, green tea regulates blood sugar and cholesterol, reduces the risk of cancer, and eases digestion. Thanks to its diuretic effect, it helps the urinary system. Since green tea boosts metabolism, as known popularly, it is highly effective in losing weight. As it contains caffein, it makes you fresh and energetic in the mornings.Show All
As the most popularly known type of tea, black tea is mainly cultivated in far-east. It made its journey to India from Sri Lanka, and it was soon accepted that the plant yielded a much better tea than other plants cultivated there.
Regardless of its lower antioxidant content, it the most consumed type of tea as it has a more distinct flavor and aroma. Black tea blends well with various types of spices, fruits, and aromatic oils. This allows black tea to be preferred in countless blends.Show All
Oolong tea is a mild tea with its lightly-vegetal and distinct aroma thanks to the drying process, during which the whole leaves are rolled without crumbling and steamed in order to cut the oxidation in half.
Cutting the oxidation in half not only affects the flavor but also the nutritional values. Rich in antioxidants, Oolong is also known for its soothing effects and boosting the metabolism.Show All
Fruit teas are blends of various dried fruits. They are especially rich in vitamins. They can also be enjoyed as cold brews during hot summer days to refresh.Show All