I've formed an uninformed view that high quality Japanese greens are the healthiest teas. Is this actually the case?
In addition to Japanese greens, I also find myself drawn to organic oolongs - where might these sit on the scale of health-benefiting qualities?
I suppose this begs the question of what makes a tea 'healthy'? Is it the anti-oxidant content, theanine content, something else?
I don't drink tea because it's healthy, but because I enjoy it, but still, I wonder if there is a definitive answer to which type of tea is more beneficial.