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Did you know Matcha comes from the Camellia sinensis plant? So do many green teas, but the processes dictate the final product! #matcha #health #education

Botanical Name: Camellia sinensis. Camellia sinensis is the plant which white tea, green tea, oolong and black tea are all harvested from. The difference between those teas lies in how the tea plant is processed. Other Common Names: Mecha, gyokura, bancha, kukicha, Asian tea, senchu, Chinese tea, Japanese tea. Habitat: China, Tibet, India, Assam, Cambodia and Japan. Plant Description: The tea plant is native to Southeast Asia; cultivated in tropical and subtropical altitudes from sea level…

Victorian Tea Plant Trading Card ~ Free Graphic - Old Design Shop Blog

Here is a Victorian trading card that features a lovely illustration of a tea plant with white flowers and green leaves. Click on image to enlarge. Related posts: Flowering Strawberry Victorian Card Victorian Advertising Card, The Fair ~ Free Graphics Columbine Purple Flower Illustration Vintage Tree Illustrations Birch and Chestnut

Above is a closeup shot of the tea garden that this batch of tea was harvested from in Yonglong Village, Taiwan. It is an heirloom crop of Qing Xin Oolong in th

Above is a closeup shot of the tea garden that this batch of tea was harvested from in Yonglong Village, Taiwan. It is an heirloom crop of Qing Xin Oolong in the sense that the original trees were planted about 40 years ago and propagated in the traditional manner. This involves binding down some of the branches of an

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All true tea is made with leaves harvested from a single plant species called Camellia Sinensis. The tea plant is an evergreen tree native to Southeast Asia.

The modern tea world recognizes six categories of tea: green, yellow, white, oolong, black, and dark (Pu'er). The main attribute by which a tea is put into one ...

Tea Plant (Green Tea) - The Lost Herbs

The Camellia is a popular garden plant in many countries. However, one species has comparatively modest flowers but a hidden, significant value: Camellia sinensis or the Chinese Camellia, Tea Plant, or Tea Shrub. The plant’s third name, Tea Tree, can lead to confusion as to the plant that tea tree oil is obtained from (Melaleuca…

Tea Lover's Guide to Indian Tea | Life is Better with Tea

Indian tea has three major tea-producing regions – Darjeeling, Assam, and Nilgiri. Much like the wines of France, tea in India is named after the region in which it is grown.

The Perfect Cup of Tea Is Easier Than You Think

How to make a perfect cup of tea has always been a matter of discussion between the British and the Irish. Tips on making the perfect one, every time.

5 tips for brewing the perfect cup of tea and a giveaway

5 TIPS FOR BREWING THE PERFECT CUP OF TEA gives the reader lots of great ideas and helpful tips and information for making the best tea.

The Tea Thieves: How A Drink Shaped An Empire

Sarah Rose's For All the Tea in China tells the story of how Britain hijacked control of the 19th century tea trade by transplanting production of the popular drink to India.

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