There are 2 polar categories (varieties) - green and black tea.
The first is slightly oxidized, the second is correspondingly strongly.
This characteristic significantly affects the appearance, taste, aroma of tea.
Several more species are distinguished between the two polar values of the oxidation state.
White tea is made from young leaves and unblown buds with minimal stages.
Yellow highlights by the fact that it undergoes a languishing procedure before drying.
A more detailed description of the classification can be found in the section on varieties and types of tea.
Also Featuring: By the type of the tea leaf and its mechanical processing, the whole leaf is distinguished.