Green Tea

Of the various varieties of tea, green tea is the variety with the longest history and the most diversity in taste, aroma, and appearance. The difference in the taste of green tea is determined by the cultivar used, the soil in which it was grown, and the environmental conditions with which it grew. Most importantly, the taste and aroma of a green tea is affected by the mechanical processes the tea master uses in fixing the leaves' oxidizing enzyme and in drying the leaves.