Green tea is a sharp tea made from tea leaves that have been steamed and dried quickly without fermenting. This teas are not unoxidized because tea leaves begin to slowly wither and oxidize the moment they are plucked, something that is unavoidable since hours may elapse from the time of picking to the time of processing.
"Blends are the easiest way to find pleasant and familiar flavors and aromas, blends are mixtures of tea with fruits, herbs, spices, flowers and essences designed to generate special sensations"
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Matcha green tea preparation begins hours before harvest. The tea plants are covered to hide them from the sun and thus delay their growth and a darker green color is created in the leaves. With this process the tea gains in amino acids, thus creating a sweeter tea and very rich in antioxidants.
Tea Bridge is glad to bring you a new knowledge about tea and its benefits to your health, ensuring that you will enjoy a high quality product. The most famous and consumed tea in China since the Quing Dynasty. Pale amber transparent liquor with tan reflections. Aromatic notes to cabbage, boiled broccoli and roasted walnuts. Roasted attack on mouth and...
Tea Bridge is glad to bring you a new knowledge about tea and its benefits to your health, ensuring that you will enjoy a high quality product. Our Gyokuro has a very intense pale green liquor, quite opaque. Murky. Fresh scent, of raw and cooked vegetables, such as spinach and cauliflower. Presence of seaweed and lime. Attack on mouth of butter, unami...