Foods & Drinks / Types of Tea

It is an having a pleasant and distinctive smell beverage prepared by pouring hot / boiling water over cured leaves of the Camellia sinensis, an evergreen shrub (bush) native to East Asia.

Tea Type Preparation Process Image
Black Tea/ Red tea It is defined as 2.0 grams of tea leaves (Camellia sinensis plant) steeped for 6 minutes per 100 ml of boiling water. Black Tea/ Red tea
Green Tea Its leaves (Camellia sinensis plant) are steeped is often warmed for 15 minutes beforehand to prevent premature cooling. Green Tea
Oolong Tea It is brewed around 82 to 96 °C (185 to 205 °F) with the brewing vessel(Yixing purple clay teapots) warmed before pouring the water. Oolong Tea
Pu-erh tea It requires boiling water for infusion at the boiling point (100 °C or 212 °F), (extract prepared by soaking tea leaves) and allow it to steep from 30 seconds to five minutes. Puer Tea
Masala chai/ spiced tea It is prepared using black / green tea with milk / latte and may be spiced with ginger. Masala chai
Tandoor tea It tea is prepared by placing the tea in red hot tandoor (fire oven) and then pouring the hot milky preparation when it is boiling. Tandoor Tea
Cold brew tea It is prepared using hot water / to brew a beverage from tea using room temperature or cooled water. Cold brews use about 1.5 times the tea leaves that would be used for hot steeping, and are refrigerated for 4–10 hours. Cold Brew Tea

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