When you grow up in a country where tea is drunk with sugar, sometimes you assume that teas has no taste.
With time, you having discovered there’s more types of tea that are produced all over the world.
Different types of tea are made from the Camellia Sinensis, and like all plants this Camellia grows differently in different climatic conditions, different soils, and under different methods of cultivation.
The flavour, aroma and colour of the tea you brew also depend on a number of other factors as well as the growing conditions.
Teas are divided into six categories – white, green, yellow, oolong, red/black, and pu’erh.
By the early eighteenth century, tea plantations had been set up by the Dutch in Java.
Indonesia tea plantations manufacture green, black/red, and jasmine scented teas, which are very popular in the domestic market.
In recent years, some tea plantations has also created white, oolong, genmaicha, sencha, houjicha, even matcha.
Tea can be far more than just a liquid sipped from a cup. The charisma of tea can make people together in a close circle of harmony and communication.