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Tea constituents and functional effect

[2017.01.23]
Is it true that pu-erh tea contains less caffeine?

I often came across with lots of internet media which explain that pu-erh tea contains less caffeine. Is that …

[2016.09.13]
Can we continue brewing tea next day after it’s been kept for a night?

In brewing tea, sometimes we discontinue brewing after only one or two infusions. We often wonder whether we s …

[2015.10.08]
What is the ideal tea for fermentation and aging?

The freshly-plucked tealeaf has green leafy aroma. When the fresh tealeaf undergoes appropriate fermentation o …

[2015.02.24]
Why do you brew green tea at lower temperature?

Talking about brewing Japanese green tea, many people generally has accepted that it should be brewed at lower …

[2015.01.28]
The reason to hunt for the naturally farmed tea

In 2014 I went to Yunnan, China twice and stay there for about a month plus. For now, most of teas have alread …

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[2013.07.29]
Minerals that dominate the After Taste of tea

The after taste of tea is one of the most important criteria in selecting tea. To demonstrate that after taste …

[2013.06.27]
The color can tell the quality of black tea

The well-fermented black tea and the poorly fermented black tea have very noticeable difference in flavour. Th …

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[2013.03.24]
Organic tea is safe, but not sufficient

  It’s often claimed that the organic tea is good for health and it should be delicious. It’s …

[2013.03.23]
Q: Can pregnant woman drink tea?

  Answer:     You need to care about the caffeine intake If a pregnant woman drinks tea, the ca …

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