Colors of Tea


Different Colors of Tea Liqueur


India's preferred drink also known as CHAI. Millions around the world swear by the taste and strength of this Tea. Manufactured using the CTC machines, Leaves processed using the CTC method are not rolled, but are placed through cylindrical rollers with small teeth. The rollers crush, tear and curl the tea leaves, hence the name of the method. CTC Teas are high on caffeine content and have very strong and brisk character and is mostly enjoyed after milk and sugar world over though just liquor teas are also liked by many.

White Tea

White tea is the least processed. This is why it is so high in antioxidants and price. It can only be harvested for a few days per year at the beginning of spring and is then dried without oxidation. White tea has a delicate taste and owing to its high antioxidant content, protects the body from free radicals, hindering the process of oxidative stress and subsequently, aging. White tea also has anti-cancer properties (mainly because of the flavonoids it contains), reduces blood pressure, contributes to heart health, and has antibacterial properties.

In a cup: Steep in hot water for 3-5 minutes.


Black Tea

Black tea leaves are completely processed and result in a potent aroma and high levels of caffeine. This type of tea has the fewest catechins (a type of phytochemical that is associated with various health benefits) because of its extensive processing. Black tea contains polyphenols, which according to science, are powerful anti-inflammatory agents.

In a cup: Steep in hot water for 3-5 minutes.

Black Tea Darjeeling Tea


Green Tea

Slightly more processed than white tea, green tea is rich in antioxidants (more than black, but fewer than white), and mainly catechins. It also contains caffeine and techins. Green tea has been researched extensively and it has been found to balance blood sugar and cholesterol levels, to protect from atherosclerosis, boost your immune system and contain anti-cancer properties. It’s no accident that the Chinese have been using green tea medicinally for over 4,000 years.

In a cup: Steep for 2-3 minutes in hot water.

Green Tea Liquor

You can decode the color of tea and learn its secrets so that you can enjoy it immensely!

Do you think all teas are created equal? Teas have different colors, varying caffeine content and a range of powerful vitamins and antioxidants. It is quite fascinating to discover each type and the benefits afforded by each variety. From white to black, the unique attributes of tea make it a smart choice not only for drinking but also for cooking as well.


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