In the past, during the Ming dynasty, this tea was served at the court of the imperial family. First-class green tea, mixed with ginseng root, contains a combination of many antioxidants, so two sources in one cup. Ginseng Beauty made you ‘clean’ from the inside and from the outside. Ingredients: loose organic green tea, liquorice root, lemongrass, natural ginsengwortel Aroma: a touch of fresh ginseng Taste: a very clear sweet aftertaste that has been certified by LACON for a long time aanhoudt Organically BV Packaging: attractive design of the theeblik Use: For 200 ml 1 teaspoonful teaspoon of tea in a tea sieve. Water temperature: 80°C / allow to draw for 3-5 minutes / drink temperature: 70°C Green tea is picked, dried and crushed. By applying heat during this process no oxidation takes place. At the same time, the leaves take shape by winding them around the fingers and pushing them against the side of the wok. The leaves are then crushed and twisted, giving rise to numerous shapes, each with its own specific taste. Finally, the leaves of tea are reheated to make them completely dry, and then they are ready. The infusion of green tea is usually green or yellow in colour, and its flavour ranges from roasted, fatty (i.e. roasted in the wok) to freshly steamed green leaves (i.e. steamed) with a mild, vegetable and slightly bitter taste. The more popular types of tea include: Dragon Well (also known as Lung Ching), Genmai Cha, Gyokuro, Gunpowder tea, Hojicha, Pi Lo Chun and Sencha.
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