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Identification Of The Quality Of Green Tea 3505

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How do you judge the quality of green tea? Let's identify with the manufacturer of Green Tea 3505. Each green tea has a different appearance. Some are cord-shaped, some are needle-shaped, and some are pointed. A good green tea has its own unique side no matter from the appearance or the inside. To identify the pros and cons of green tea, we must also identify the shape, color and aroma of dry tea.

1. The shape of dry tea

Good green tea is selected in the process of processing into finished tea. Its shape must be uniform in size and length, and the dry tea has high tenderness and dryness. The tea package is clean and free of tea stalks, fish leaves and other sundries when taking the tea to make a drink.

Second, the color of dry tea

Good green tea and dry tea have the same color. Even if the tea leaves are light green in the middle and dark green on the side of the leaves, this is directly related to the tea processing technology. No debris will appear in the dry tea.

3. Dry tea aroma

Smelling the fragrance of tea is a kind of spiritual enjoyment. Fresh green tea has a positive aroma. The fragrance of green tea is divided into: green grass fragrance, chestnut fragrance, cooked fragrance. When smelling dry tea, you can feel: "I have not tasted the nectar, first smell the holy fragrance." It is a faint tea fragrance that lasts for a long time. For some green tea, because the processing technology does not meet the standard, the pot temperature is not well grasped during the frying process, and a burnt smell will appear. This directly affects the quality of Chinese Green Tea.

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