[TEA] Black Tea

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Scientific name: Camellia Sinensis

  • All the different types of tea come from camellia (tea) and differ from each other in the form of processing. 
  • The fruit begins harvesting in the late morning, during the picking process be careful not to break the leaves and therefore collection basket is wide and flat. If the leaves are broken then the bacteria fermenting the leaves will settle and spoil the final taste of the tea. Fresh tea leaf contains 80% water and 20% different organic materials - as a result an essential part of the production process includes drying and roasting the leaf. Each tea is produced differently. 
  • Black Tea = Red Tea: Black tea is rich in taste and has a strong aroma. Almost all the black tea in the world is produced in India and Sri Lanka, and today black tea constitutes about 80% of the world's tea production. The black tea also has a number of species such as Darjeeling, Assam, Nilgiri, Earl Gray, etc. The differences in species are found in the different species of the species, depending on the weather conditions and the soil, which give a different flavor and flavor to each species. 
  • Black tea production is actually processed tea leaves that have been fully fermented. The leaves are harvested on grids in wooden boxes through which hot, dry air is poured, the leaf begins to lose moisture, and then the leaf roll begins and folds into different shapes. At this stage the fermentation begins with the presence of oxygen and the flow of air to a very humid temperature at 25 ° C. At this point he increased its color from green to brown and red to black. Full fermentation can take up to 3 hours and must be strictly stopped during the other time the taste of the tea becomes very bitter. In the last stage, the leaves are dried in warm air with large tools to remove the remaining moisture and reach the final product, which contains only 3% moisture. Full fermentation can take up to 3 hours and must be strictly stopped during the other time the taste of the tea becomes very bitter. In the last stage, the leaves are dried in warm air with large tools to remove the remaining moisture and reach the final product, which contains only 3% moisture. Full fermentation can take up to 3 hours and must be strictly stopped during the other time the taste of the tea becomes very bitter. In the last stage, the leaves are dried in warm air with large tools to remove the remaining moisture and reach the final product, which contains only 3% moisture.

Culinary Uses:
Black tea is used mainly as infusions, it tastes bitter and varies depending on the type of black tea.

Other uses:
Black tea, like green tea, contains antioxidants, which help slow the aging process and reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. The difference between the black and green tea components is the amount of caffeine - the brain is sensitive to caffeine, whose effect on the central nervous system is expressed in increased alertness and even nervousness. In a cup of black tea about half the caffeine in a cup of coffee. The darker the tea, the more caffeine it contains: Black tea contains more caffeine than green tea. Black tea damages the absorption of iron when consumed together at the same meal. In the process that goes through black tea, some of its medical properties are lost, but it is still effective for stimulation and strengthening.

How to use:
It is recommended to add 1 teaspoon of black tea in a glass of hot water for a few minutes, filter and drink several times a day.

Indications and warnings:
• It is not recommended for babies in particular and for children to drink black tea in general

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