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When you think of teas the general picture that comes to mind is that of flavored iced teas that you get in cans. In fact, the history of tea and the traditions linked to it go back many centuries. In countries like Japan and China tea ceremonies are held in which tea is brewed and drunk with a lot of pomp and preparation. Special dresses are worn and specific etiquettes are followed to honor the tradition. So why the hype around a simple drink?
The answer lies in the rich history of tea. Tea originated in ancient China where it gained its current status due its popularity among the royalty and nobility. Tea was the drink of choice of the rich and famous. It was also used as a medicine by royal herbalists and doctors.
In the West tea was first introduced to Europeans in the 1600s when the East India Company made inroads into the East and their interactions with the locals made them discover spices, silk and tea.
Ever since then tea has become the drink of choice throughout the world. Its versatility, ease of brewing and rich taste mean that it remains high in demand.
White tea: This is made from the small leaves found near the young buds on a tea plant. The leaves are silky and smooth and the taste of the tea itself is quite subtle. It not processed much and has the lowest amount of caffeine, making it great for anyone who wants a toned-down version of the proper English tea.
Green tea: The leaves of the green tea are plucked and brewed without giving time for the leaves to lose oxygen. This prevents the tea from losing its vibrant green color, along with chlorophyll, vitamin C and other important minerals. This is reason why green tea is so good for health as it is a great anti-oxidant and provides essential minerals and vitamins.
Oolong tea: This tea is somewhere between the green and black tea, meaning it has lost some of its bright green color, but not entirely. So, it has a caffeine content higher than that of green tea, but lower anti-oxidizing qualities.
Black tea: These are most commonly drunk in the West and are fully oxidized, meaning the tea leaves are completely dried before being brewed. The lack of green means that when brewed the tea becomes a rich reddish-brown color. It has a high caffeine content.
Each and every type of tea has its very own taste and quality, which is why there are such a variety of them. Brewing styles also differ and the way a tea is brewed changes the taste completely. The chemical properties of tea also change which is why we have different types of teas with varying caffeine content.
However, you like your tea, hot or cold, with flavoring or milk, whether you prefer green or black tea, one important thing to note is that keeping tea leaves air tight is essential for maintaining the taste and flavor of the tea. Which means teas must be packaged well. The ideal way to store tea is by putting small portions in sealed tea bags and then placing these in a customized box made specially to hold tea bags. You can even get custom boxes made in a way that they deposit one tea bag at a time. If you are getting loose tea leaves then having them packaged in a re-sealable plastic bag which is placed in a custom-made cardboard box is really the best way. The plastic bag can be sealed again after each use and keep the tea air-tight and fresh for a long time.
A custom bag will also provide all the essential information, especially for first time drinkers of tea who may be unaware of its benefits and may also need instructions on how to make the tea itself.