Diwali or Deepavali is widely celebrated by Hindus in India, Malaysia, Singapore, Sri Lanka and other places in Asia. Diwali is also known as the Festival of Lights and it is to celebrate the victory of good over evil.
The history of Pu-erh (Pu’er) tea can be traced back to the ancient Puerh city in Yunnan province of China. During the 7th century, the increasing demand for tea in countries like Tibet and Egypt sparked off the trend of exporting tea from southern China, specifically Yunnan.
With a rich history of thousands of years, today tea is one of the most popular beverages in the world. Since its discovery, different varieties of tea have evolved and grown with time in different places of the world.
Tea is more than just a comforting and alternative drink to coffee. Studies have shown that tea contains so many health benefits, that it is even healthier to drink than water—With so many great teas to choose from, how do you decide which tea to drink?
Previously, we discussed about the chemistry of processing tea leaves. The water molecules in tea leaves are completely removed during the last stage of processing. Today, we will be understanding how tea leaves are made active once they are brewed in water.