Please get Yellow Tea

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Oct 7th, '09, 16:25
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Please get Yellow Tea

by braven » Oct 7th, '09, 16:25

I really want you to get yellow tea adagio!
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Oct 7th, '09, 23:53
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Re: Please get Yellow Tea

by GreenTeaTV » Oct 7th, '09, 23:53

That's so funny I was just about to post the same thing. Yes it would be awesome of Adagio did have yellow tea as well as more organic tea. :)

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Oct 9th, '09, 20:26
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Re: Please get Yellow Tea

by JillDragon » Oct 9th, '09, 20:26

What exactly is yellow tea?

Oct 13th, '09, 09:10
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Re: Please get Yellow Tea

by judyw » Oct 13th, '09, 09:10

It sounds like something I would like to try, but I have never heard of it.

Oct 24th, '09, 14:22
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Re: Please get Yellow Tea

by braven » Oct 24th, '09, 14:22

GreenTeaTV wrote:That's so funny I was just about to post the same thing. Yes it would be awesome of Adagio did have yellow tea as well as more organic tea. :)



Adagio has Organic Tea?! :shock:

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Apr 9th, '11, 18:15
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Re: Please get Yellow Tea

by Vito » Apr 9th, '11, 18:15

JillDragon wrote:What exactly is yellow tea?

Yellow tea is green tea that has been gently heated in a process called sweltering, wherein the tea is warmed to ~100°F for several hours. This gentle heating breaks down the chlorophyll in the green leaves, turning them yellow (hence the name). The heat transforms the amino acids and polyphenols in the leaves into less chemically active substances, which gives the tea a mellower, less "edgy" flavor than green tea. Yellow tea is popular with folks who find the taste of green tea too vegetal or "grassy".

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