The most popular green tea in Japan is Sencha. It is gathered from leaves that have been directly exposed to sunshine. Following collection, the leaves are briefly steamed and then rolled and dried.
Matcha is a Chinese green tea varietal whose harvesting, processing, and preparation processes are distinctive.
Ceylon tea refers to the tea produced in Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka's original name, Ceylon, is still used in the tea trade.
English morning tea is one of the most popular types of tea in the United Kingdom and across the globe. It is a combination of black teas from Assam, Ceylon, China, and Kenya.
White tea is a type of Chinese tea whose categorization is rather ambiguous. Nevertheless, it is often believed that this kind is lighter in colour and has a more delicate taste than green or black tea.
Oolong is a semi-oxidized tea that may vary in leaf style, oxidation level, colour, and degree of roasting.
This esteemed tea was called after the Indian city of Darjeeling, the capital of Bengali tea growing and the former beginning of the caravan route to Tibet.
Pu erh, also known as aged or vintage tea, is a famous Chinese tea that is grown only in the Yunnan area.
Green tea is a non-oxidized tea that is defined by its vivid green hue and fresh grassy smells.
Heavy oxidation gives Camellia sinensis tea leaves their dark colour and earthy flavours, distinguishing black tea from other teas.