Chinese Green Tea Is Not The Greener The Better

Update:08 Oct 2021

  Chinese green tea does not refer to green tea, but tea made without fermentation. It retains the natural substances of fresh leaves and contains tea polyphenols, vitamins, catechins, caffeine, chlorophyll, amino acids, and other nutrients. 

  Chinese green tea, which is more common in daily tea, should belong to Chinese green tea. Chinese green tea accounts for most of the six major teas in my country. The reason why Chinese green tea is because of its tea soup and tea. It is mainly based on the color of Chinese green tea, so is Chinese green tea the greener the better?

  In fact, in addition to the color of Chinese green tea, the tea leaves of Chinese green tea also have a certain yellow color, and not all of them are Chinese green tea. And some Chinese green tea leaves have some Pekoe on the top, like West Lake Longjing, Biluochun, etc., so it seems that Chinese green tea leaves are not all green.

  If the Chinese green tea that you see when you buy Chinese green tea on the market is very green, it means that this Chinese green tea is likely to be problematic. Don't just go for the greenness of Chinese green tea.