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Tea: the cup that cheers



China has around 1 500 varieties of tea, divided into 7 categories: Green tea: Asia's most famous tea. Fight cancer without any negative side effects. Drinking green tea also reduces cholesterol levels and may help to control blood clots. Black tea: Dozens of variations, each with its own characteristic, from very sweet and light to dark and dry. Oolong tea: The spelling "oolong" (also "wulong"). Pu'er tea: The tea is famous for its health benefits, history and post-fermentation characteristics. White tea: Not as popular as other varieties, but good alterna-tives. Yellow tea: Nowadays, yellow tea is only found in a few locations in China, mainly because it is difficult to process. The taste is fresh, with a hint of pepper. Scented teas: Scented teas are made by combining high quality tea leaves with the fragrances and tastes of blossoms, jasmine or pomelo flowers

Source: China Daily
Published: 15 April 2012

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