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What Makes White Tea So Expensive

White tea leaves includes those fresh , tiny, leaves and buds which are plucked when they remain young from the Camellia Sinensis tea plant. After that they are dried in the sun. It is seen that white tea consists of some pale yellow structure with a typical fruity flavor. So in this process, the catechins […]

White Tea – The Milder Tea To Start Your Day Positively!

White tea  prepared from the Camellia Sinensis plant are plucked before the leaves are ready to fully open, when the young buds are still covered in their fine white hairs, hence the name white tea came into existence. The tea and leaves are oxidized resulting in a tender and fresh flavor. However, the  white tea […]

How to make Green Tea more healthy

In this fast changing world, people are becoming more and more conscious of their health in spite of their busy schedule. They prefer drinks which are ready made. So from thereon ,started the significance for Green tea among the working men and women. Green teas are quick and easy to make. So it has been […]

How to make most of the tea leaves

Leaves extracted from the Camellia Sinensis plants have a consistent taste even after infusing multiple times. Infusing in warm water leads to expansion of the tea leaves, which results in a more concentrated flavor. The advantages of second infusion produces the best taste. Fresh teas like green oolongs, can be drank the next day with the […]

Leaf tea harvesting process

Leaf Tea are usually those teas made from the tender leaves and buds of the tea plants known as Camellia Sinensis. Camellia Sinensis are those species of evergreen shoots with dark, glossy green leaflets and small white florets, the tea is suitable for growing in the tropical and subtropical climates with rainfall of not less […]

Ceylon Tea

Ceylon tea is not any particular type of tea. Basically Ceylon is a region in Sri Lanka , where teas are grown. So, the teas from that region are termed as Ceylon Tea. Ceylon teas can be termed into different categories such as the White tea, black tea as well as green tea. These different […]

Camellia Sinensis

Camellia Sinensis a part of the evergreen family from China consists of glossy green leaves with jagged edges. When it starts flowering, the plant produces small white flowers with bright yellow stamens. Fruits contain a hard green shell and a single, round seed. The seeds are essential for making tea oils. Consisting of three varieties-the […]