tea leaves


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Related to tea leaves: Tea plant, green tea
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tea leaves

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* When making iced tea, use twice as many tea leaves, since the addition of ice cubes to the hot brew will dilute the taste considerably.
Green tea extracts are best noted for the antioxidant effect found through various catechins and polyphenols concentrated within the tea leaves. But 1-2% of the dry green tea leaves also contains an amino acid known as L-Theanine.
Combining multiple types of tea leaves creates infinite personalized teas, and adding other components such as dried fruit, flowers, roots, and herbs can produce vibrant new brews with unique flavor profiles and multiple health benefits.
Unlike the chain-operated cafes, Green Bird was established by a traditional tea manufacturer whose main business is selling "return" tea gifts--a package of green tea leaves given to attendants at traditional Buddhist funerals.
Peach Oo-la-long combines peach puree with the smokiness of oolong tea leaves. Honest Tea's oolong tea leaves come from the Makaibari Tea Estate in Darjeeling, India, which practices an environmentally innovative program designed to heal and improve the soil.
Hopefully the tea leaves are right, because most prognosticators expect the economy to begin to rebound this year, with the results showing in 2003.
Prepare a cup of tea using loose tea leaves. Use one rounded teaspoon of tea, place in a cup and add boiling water.
Small planters have been dumping their tea leaves on roadsides instead of selling to large companies at what they consider to be throwaway prices.
Professor Mike Lean, head of the Plant Products and Health Research Group at Glasgow University, claims tea leaves contain powerful substances which can prevent heart attacks.
Nevertheless, Greg Johnson, an assistant professor at Vermont Law School, said, "Politicians all over the country will be watching and reading the tea leaves. This now becomes a national test case.
The unit brews either bagged tea or loose tea leaves. Heated water moves upward through a hollow thermoplastic brewing stem and flows into the chamber where it steeps tea.
From its accidental discovery by China's Emperor Shen Nung in 2737 B.C., when tea leaves blew into a pot of water he was boiling, tea has evolved into the world's most popular drink.