Black Loose Leaf Tea

"The Divine Shrub: The Queen of Camellias" Tea (black & green) comes from the bushy evergreen "camellia sinensis". Black tea is the fermented variety and green is merely dried. The variations in the black teas usually come from such differences as when the harvest takes place, where the plantation is located (in reference to altitude), how much of the branch or twig is picked or plucked. Careful steps and procedures oxidize the leaves and change their chemistry.

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