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Black tea is characteristic of India and Sri Lanka, from where it is exported all around the world. The dried leaves of black tea give to the infusion a particularly intense and decisive aroma. Unlike green tea, the peculiarities of black tea arrive from the fermentation process to which it is subjected After harvesting, in fact, the fresh leaves are first dried, then rolled on themselves, then dried again and macerated In this way the black tea assumes the characteristic aroma and dark color.
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Black tea, although with some exceptions, represents the tea variety with the richest amount in caffeine (3-6% on dry weight). Black tea is also rich in theophylline, a substance similar to the one just described Due to the presence of these active nerve principles, the infusion acquires stimulating, exciting and diuretic properties.
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