coffee versus tea in China Coffee has become very popular in China nowadays. Franchise chains like Starbucks and Costa coffee has expanded really fast by opening many stores in first and second tier cities. Especially Chinese office workers in big cities like to drink coffee to stay focused. We […]
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Often people ask me what is the healthiest variety of green tea. Don’t worry about which green tea is the healthiest, they are all in general healthy, assuming you buy them fresh. The health benefits will depend on the art of consuming green tea and […]
It will become more grassy and bitter. Steeping green tea with boiling water is not advisable, because kills the delicacy and the unique taste of green tea. If you still want to steep at 100 degrees, then just buy a cheap green tea.
Answer by Lisa Lin: Yes it does. Cold brewing tea will lower the amount of caffeine release, given that you keep all the other factors the same (brew time, tea accessories used, brewing method etc….) View Answer on Quora
Answer by Lisa Lin: Drink a cup of Chinese black tea after your breakfast to wake up and burn more calories during the morning. Drink a cup of Chinese green tea after your lunch increase your digestion speed and get rid of toxic in your […]
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Yes that is possible. Tea and Coffee will both get a little bit stronger in taste if you reheat it. However, it will become less enjoyable because the original aroma will loose presence.
When reheating loose tea in liquor, make sure to remove the tea leaves first before reheating the tea liquor.