Japanese organic tea, What is green tea?,

Green tea (non-fermented tea)


 Green tea is a non-fermented tea in which the tea leaves are not fermented at all, and is the most popular tea consumed by the Japanese. Green tea is the most popular tea among Japanese people. After the tea leaves are picked, they are steamed while still fresh, and the process of rubbing is repeated, and finally dried.

 The reason why tea leaves are steamed is because if left unattended, they will begin to ferment, and steaming them with steam prevents this from happening. Also, although you may have the image that China means oolong tea, in fact, green tea is the most popular drink in China.

 In recent years, Japanese green tea has become popular overseas as well, and many people in Europe drink it for health purposes. In Europe, it is common to add sugar to make a sweet green tea, just like black tea.

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