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Tannins in Tea

Tannins in Tea
Updated: Oct. 18th, 2014
Tannins are a class of compounds occurring in black tea and responsible for bitterness, astringency, dark color, and antioxidant activity of these teas.

Decaffeinated Tea

Decaffeinated Tea
Updated: Oct. 1st, 2014
Outline of different decaffeination processes and their effects on health and the aroma and flavor of tea.

Vitamin C Content of Tea

Vitamin C Content of Tea
Updated: Jun. 5th, 2014
Green teas tend to contain small amounts of vitamin C, whereas black teas tend to contain none. Processing and storage can reduce the Vitamin C content of

Styles, Types, & Varieties of Tea

Tea: black, green, oolong, white, Pu-erh, Flavored: Chai, Earl Grey, Jasmine, Herbals: Rooibos, Mate, ...

Mao Jian Green Tea

Mao Jian Green Tea
Updated: Aug. 19th, 2014
Mao jian, meaning fur tip, is a style of Chinese green tea with a wiry leaf shape.

Tulsi / Holy Basil Tea

Tulsi / Holy Basil Tea
Updated: Jun. 4th, 2014
Tulsi, also known as holy basil, is a plant used both as a seasoning and to make a spicy herbal tea. Tulsi has a variety of health benefits.

Lemon Myrtle

Lemon Myrtle
Updated: May. 13th, 2014
Lemon myrtle is a tree native to Queensland, Australia, used to make a lemon-scented herbal tea.

Tea Producing Countries and Regions

China: Fujian, Yunnan, Anhui, Zhejiang, India: Darjeeling, Assam, Japan, Ceylon, Taiwan, Kenya, ...

Yilan, Taiwan

Yilan, Taiwan
Updated: Oct. 1st, 2014
Yilan is a county in northeastern Taiwan, and is important in oolong production. It borders New Taipei City (Taipei County) to the north.

Nantou, Taiwan

Nantou, Taiwan
Updated: Oct. 1st, 2014
Nantou is the large central county in Taiwan, the only landlocked county. It is home to Dong Ding, or frozen summit, a mountain famous for its oolong.

Fujian, China

Fujian, China
Updated: Jul. 7th, 2014
Fujian is a province in east China that is of key importance in tea production, and is the origin of white tea, most types of oolong, and many types of green and black teas.

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