Most green teas don't undergo any enzyme oxidization process as the leaves are only minimally processed which causes the leaves to retain their natural green hue. Green tea has remained the most popular type of tea across much of Asia for centuries and due to it's many health benefits green tea consumption has increased dramatically in the west in recent years.
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Hojicha is a relatively new style of green tea, it was first produced in th..
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