is plucked, dried and rolled. It is not oxidised because during the rolling
process, oxidation is prevented by applying heat. Simultaneously, the leaves
are shaped by curling with the fingers, pressing into the sides of the wok. The
leaves are then rolled and swirled-countless shapes have been created, each
with a different taste. The leaves are then given their final firing to fully
dry them, after which they are done. The liquor of a green tea is typically a
green or yellow colour, and flavours range from toasty, grassy (pan fired teas)
to fresh steamed greens (steamed teas) with mild, vegetable-like astringency.
The more popular varieties of green tea include Dragon well (also known as Lung
Ching), Genmai Cha, Gyokuro, Gunpowder, Hojicha, Pi Lo Chun and Sencha, just to
name a few.
is a premium specialty tea brand whose strongly Chinese heritage reflects that millennia-old tradition.
In recreating this legendary drink as an art form, Or Tea?™ warmly welcomes a new generation of tea drinkers to enrich their lives with this ancient, yet contemporary brew.
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