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Green tea is a drink rich in beneficial properties, which can be served both hot and cold. Appreciated in traditional Far Eastern medicine for its countless virtues.
The peculiarities of black tea come from his fermentative process, with which it takes the characteristic intense aroma and dark color. The infusion acquires numerous properties.
Rooibos, also called African red tea, is naturally theine free and therefore suitable for everyone at any time of the day. It is characterized by the presence of important natural substances for the body.
In Japan, numerous varieties of green tea are produced, among which, the most prized is certainly Sencha green tea, an exclusive drink rich in beneficial properties that can be served both hot and cold. The most important natural substances in the tea are vitamins B, C and polyphenols. Sencha green tea is harvested three times a year: May, June and August. The leaves are collected and steamed for a few minutes. They are then dried and rolled with a specific machine which allows them to take the characteristic needle shape. Green tea does not undergo oxidation and thus maintains the green color of the leaves, leaving the aromas intact.
Black tea is characteristic of India and Sri Lanka, from where it is exported all over the world. The peculiarities of black tea come from his fermentative process. The leaves, after harvested, are first dried, then rolled on themselves, then dried again and finally macerated. In this way, black tea takes the characteristic intense aroma and dark color. Although with some exceptions, black tea represents the variety of tea richest in caffeine (3-6% on the dry weight). Black tea is also rich in theophylline, a substance similar to that just described. The infusion so acquires stimulating, exciting and diuretic properties.
Rooibos, also called African red tea, is a drink obtained by infusion of the dried leaves of Aspalathus linearis, a shrubby plant from South Africa, of which it is the national drink. Rooibos (which means red shrub) is naturally caffeine-free and therefore suitable for everyone and at any time of the day. The traditional preparation involves the collection of leaves and twigs, which are shredded with wooden pestles, and their fermentation. It is a natural antioxidant, effective against the formation of free radicals. It also has antiviral, antispasmodic and digestive properties, so it is indicated in case of stomach and intestine disorders. Rooibos is characterized by the presence of important natural substances for the body, such as vitamin C, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, zinc and calcium.
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