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Teas: Why and How You Should Drink Them Shiran Weber You Will Learn… About various types of tea Why you should drink them How to prepare them Why one should drink loose leaf tea rather than teabag tea Camellia sinensis All regular tea is made from this plant

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you will learn
You Will Learn…
  • About various types of tea
  • Why you should drink them
  • How to prepare them
  • Why one should drink loose leaf tea rather than teabag tea
camellia sinensis
Camellia sinensis
  • All regular tea is made from this plant
  • Made from steeping the leaves, buds, or twigs in hot water for several minutes
  • 4 basic types:
  • Black tea, oolong tea, green tea, and white tea
black teas
Black Teas
  • Most heavily processed tea, goes through the highest amount of oxidation
  • Contains the highest amount of caffeine (20% of a cup of coffee)
  • Great for preventing heart disease and stroke, lowering blood pressure and cholesterol
  • Steep about 3-4 minutes
oolong tea
Oolong Tea
  • Second-most processed tea
  • 10-15 percent of the caffeine of coffee
  • Good for digestion, weight loss (speeds up metabolism), skin, and teeth.
  • Steep about 3-4 minutes
green tea
Green Tea
  • Tea that has gone through minimal oxidation
  • Usually contains about 5-10% of the caffeine of coffee
  • Polyphenols may help prevent cancer. Boosts immune system and regulates blood sugar levels
  • Steep in less than boiling water for about 1-2 minutes
white teas
White Teas
  • Least processed of the teas, plucked as baby tea leaves, then dried
  • Contains the least amount of caffeine out of all the teas (1-2%)
  • Has the most antioxidants out of any of the teas
  • Great for skin, anti-aging properties, may help prevent cancer
the real gist
The Real Gist
  • Tea is the second-most consumed beverage in the world (second only to water)
  • Tea has been shown, for thousands of years, to help many ailments that affect mankind
  • Real tea drinkers will almost never drink from a teabag. Teabag teas are considered “bottom barrel” teas and leave a distinct papery taste that is an affront to true tea flavor.