Green tea is the treated leaves of the tea tree Camelia Sinensisthe Chinese tea-tree.

The great qualities will be picked very intricately by fixed rules for leaf appearancedepending on the type of teathe farmer wants to produce.

The low grades are picked a little like when we cut hedge. And often comes with everythingbranches, twigs, bad as good leaves. In general, these qualities from the side of the bushes.

After picking, the green leaves, they are steamed to break down the emzym which later creates the fermentation, and to remove the insects and fungi spore etc. Then the leaves are dried on trays in which also the fermentation takes placeGreen tea is fermented 8 to 30% of the time for complete fermentation.

The next step is to cutroll or crush the leaves depending on the tea type to be manufacturedfor then to make them ready for sale.

China has about 500 different types of tea, of which we have never heard of most of themBut in China, tea is also most be regarded as medicineas opposed to our perception of tea as a stimulant.

Japan has also had a large production of really good green teasJapan uses the most Sencha tea and the cutting and processing method is best for Sencha teaIn general, Japanese green tea much more expensive than other countries green tea because price and wage levels are much higher in Japan.

MalasiaIndonesia, Vietnam and Thailand also make green teabut do not constitute a large share of total consumptionIndia and Ceylon are starting to green tea but without the greatest success. The variations here are very small.

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White organic tea Pai Mu Tan, or Bai Mu Tan (Bai means white) comes from special plantations where they only harvest white tea. Pai Mu Tan is ALWAYS a strain-shot with one or two green leaves and yet unlived shot. The shot on tetræer has a cover with tiny white "hairs".

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Spring Emerald, high class green chinese tea, one of the 10 famous chinese teas. Mild taste with a tone of fruits and light sweet.

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Dao Ren Feng is a green tea in first class with fine leaves. It is fragrant, balanced, with delicate fine spicy aroma.

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This green organic Darjeeling tea from Selim Hill Tea Estate is mild and rich, hearty, and good light aromatic with many fine details.

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Genmaicha is green tea with brown wild rice. Ideal for Sushi. Certified organic tea in the EU.

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This Chinese Gunpowder is 2.grade quality. The taste is beautiful, rich and very filling. Considered just in brewing, this tea has low bitterness.

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This Chinese Gunpowder is 1.grade quality, also called "Temple of Heaven. " Gunpowder name heviser to look similar to gunpowder. It's everything rolled theblade. The taste is beautiful, rich and very filling. Considered just in brewing, this tea has low bitterness.

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Mao Jian tea from Guzhang in Hunan provincens northwest corner. Tastes a little heavier than other green teas. Brewed correctly with low temperature and short infusion time, it has no bitterness and slightly sweet with a nice "bamboo"-like flavor.

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  Vi har fået et godt tilbud på en RIGTIG hvid te fra øen Java i Indonesien. Smagen er meget fin, let med lidt naturlig nøddesmag hen i retningen af hasselnødder.

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Dette er en af Kina's fineste grønne Jasmin teer. 100% økologisk lavet på den helt naturlige måde.

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Lung Jing, Lung Ching or Dragon Well is the name for this tea. It has been known as China's greatest tea and is often called the Emperor Tea. This tea is naturally grown and organic

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High quality Premium Matcha tea packed in a silverbag of 30 g. or 1,05 oz.

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Standard quality Matcha tea packed in a silverbag of 30 g. or 1,05 oz.

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High quality Premium Matcha tea packed in a silverbag of 40 g. or 1,41 oz. in a round tinbox

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Standard quality Matcha tea packed in a silverbag of 40 g. or 1,41 oz. in a round tinbox

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Chinese Sencha green tea, Organic approved in the EU and harvested in small, sustainable agriculture in China.

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This green Chinese Sencha tea from Anhuiprovince, is one of China's best Sencha tea. It is mild with a fresh herbal flavor and good umami. A truly great tea. It's Organic approved in the EU.

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This green Chinese Sencha tea from Zhejiang province, is one of China's best Sencha tea. It is mild with a fresh herbal flavor. A truly great tea. It's Organic approved in the EU.

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the closest you can get to a real white tea. A little gem from Fujian province in China.

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Man siger at denne helt vidunderlige hvide te er den dyreste, bedste og fineste kinesiske te fra en gammel hybrid af te-træet Camelia Sinensis. Den har intet vestligt navn, men er
opkaldt efter en af de 4 smukkeste kvinder i Kina's historie.

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China Yin Zhen Bai Hao also called White Downy.

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Yun Wu is not described as a great luxury tea in quality, but it tastes wonderful, and the price is definitely an acquaintance worth.

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Green tea is the treated leaves of the tea tree Camelia Sinensis, the Chinese tea-tree.

The great qualities will be picked very intricately by fixed rules for leaf appearance, depending on the type of tea, the farmer wants to produce.

The low grades are picked a little like when we cut hedge. And often comes with everything, branches, twigs, bad as good leaves. In general, these qualities from the side of the bushes.

After picking, the green leaves, they are steamed to break down the emzym which later creates the fermentation, and to remove the insects and fungi spore etc. Then the leaves are dried on trays in which also the fermentation takes place. Green tea is fermented 8 to 30% of the time for complete fermentation.

The next step is to cut, roll or crush the leaves depending on the tea type to be manufactured, for then to make them ready for sale.

China has about 500 different types of tea, of which we have never heard of most of them. But in China, tea is also most be regarded as medicine, as opposed to our perception of tea as a stimulant.

Japan has also had a large production of really good green teas. Japan uses the most Sencha tea and the cutting and processing method is best for Sencha tea. In general, Japanese green tea much more expensive than other countries green tea because price and wage levels are much higher in Japan.

Malasia, Indonesia, Vietnam and Thailand also make green tea, but do not constitute a large share of total consumption. India and Ceylon are starting to green tea but without the greatest success. The variations here are very small.

 
 
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