Japanese or Chinese, most healthy?

Made from leaves that have not been oxidized.


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Re: Japanese or Chinese, most healthy?

by TwoDog2 » Aug 20th, '12, 21:29

iovetea wrote: You could spend a fortune and still not get decent japanese tea

To be fair, I think you can say this about most teas. There is plenty of heavily marked up crap tea in every genre and from every country of origin.

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Re: Famous Chinese Tea

by Alex » Aug 27th, '12, 02:55

gaoxingru wrote:According to the Buddhist priest only water from a slow-moving stream was acceptable for making tea and the tea leaves had to be placed in a porcelain cup. The perfect place for enjoying the brew was in a pavilion next to a water lily pond, preferably in the company of a woman. .

This is how I always have my tea. Even at work.

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