Chinese Green Tea
The Camellia sinensis plant, native to China, is used to produce Chinese green tea. This tea is not fermented to maintain the leaves' original green color and fresh, vegetal flavor, which implies that neither oxidation nor fermentation is permitted during processing.
Chinese green tea comes in various kinds, each with a distinctive flavor and aroma. Chinese green teas like Dragonwell (also called Longjing), Bi Luo Chun, Tai Ping Hou Kui, and Mao Feng are some of the most well-known varieties. Depending on where they are cultivated and how they are processed, Chinese green teas can be mild and floral or solid and nutty.
Because it benefits your health, Chinese green tea has been consumed for thousands of years. You can reduce your risk of developing chronic diseases, decrease your weight, and enhance your general health and well-being. It is also a popular drink in China, often given as a joke or on important occasions.
When making Chinese green tea, the leaves are steeped in boiling water for a few minutes. After straining, the tea is consumed as a revitalizing beverage. It can be consumed hot or cold, and many people like to add a little honey or lemon to it to make it taste even better.