Green Tea

When we think of Chinese or Japanese teas, green tea is usually what we’re imagining. (Many outstanding green teas are also produced elsewhere.) Owing to their delicate, often exceedingly complex characters, the best green teas are almost always served straight with no milk or sugar.

The defining characteristic of all green teas is that they are steamed or pan fried before drying to halt the oxidation process.

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