Which green tea to choose?

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Which green tea to choose?

by teachat » Jun 8th, '05, 12:23

I have been diagnosed with stage 4 metastatic colon cancer. I read the cancer section in the health benefits page.... also, just heard that switching from coffee to green tea is good for weight loss. I'm about to order the teapot package but would like to order green tea with it...

any suggestions?

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by teachat » Jun 8th, '05, 12:24

Thanks for the note.

Due to the fact that ALL teas-- not just all green teas-- come from the same plant (good ol' Camellia Sinensis), all have the same basic chemical composition. This means that, while slight differences may occur due to processing, all teas have very similar health benefits (even those found in a supermarket).

The real key is to find one that fits your individual tastes. Personally, i'd recommend the Dragonwell. For the quality and price, it is one of the best teas we offer. Here is the link:

http://www.adagio.com/green/dragonwell.html

Hope you agree,

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by teachat » Jun 8th, '05, 12:24

Hi :D
I am looking for a good everyday green tea that is mellow and without a very astringent aftertaste. My husband and I don't know a lot about green teas, but we are very eager to try.

Best wishes,
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by teachat » Jun 8th, '05, 12:24

Steph-

I've been grooving on our Green Anji a lot lately.

It's got a great mellow, almost sweet, taste that's not too "spinachy." Here is the link:

http://www.adagio.com/green/green_anji.html

Cheers,

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by teachat » Jun 8th, '05, 12:24

Stephenie,

Seems SUN's green tea is what you are looking for. SUN's green tea is a pure green tea. It tastes mellow and pleasure. The website is http://orientalflavor.com, this website allows customers to try the free sample before buy.

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Jul 24th, '05, 11:32

Green Tea properties

by James » Jul 24th, '05, 11:32

A good discription on the properties of green tea and its benifits can be found at [u]http://www.greenteaparty.com/green_tea_ceremony.htm
There are several pages that discribe the properties of several other teas at http://www.greenteaparty.com

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by Madruk » Jul 28th, '05, 00:49

I've become a big fan of the Gyokuro tea here. It's a little expensive, but it looks really good, and tastes great as well.

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by PeteVu » Jul 28th, '05, 09:39

whats the deal with SUNs green tea? has anyone recieved and tried the free sample?

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