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Varieties of Japanese tea. Part 1All Japanese teas are unfermented and to Therefore belong to the green. Their main difference from the Chinese is a way of fixing, in other words - is a tea leaf processing Prevent further Top fermentation. In China, tea is heated to high temperatures in special pots or kettles, and in Japan it lends itself to a steam treatment, Which allows you to leave the tea its rich and natural taste, Which distinguishes Japanese tea production from all others.

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