Green tea was originally consumed in Korea, Japan and China but hasbecome popular worldwide in recent years due to its many health benefits including weight loss and high levels ofantioxidants. Like all other teas, green tea comes from the camellia sinensis plant but the difference derives from how the leaves are processed. Green tea leaves are used either fresh or withered, lightly heated or steamed. Fresh green tea leaves generally has a light, fresh and grassy taste. Green tea is not oxidised. If you're starting out, it's always better to start with loose leaf green tea as this attunes your taste to quality.
Types of Green Tea Senca: Popular Japanese green tea, which is savoury, grassy and slightly bitter with hints of melon/summer fruit and pine.
Gyokuro or Jade Dew Tea: Fuller taste, savoury flavour similar to seaweed or soup stock from Japan.Houjicha Green…