Wednesday, February 15, 2012
Tea History of tea
The term "tea" is also used for drinks made from fruit, spices or other brewed herbs, for example, rosehip tea, chamomile, chrysanthemum and Jiaogulan. Tea that do not contain tea leaves called herbal teas.
Tea is a natural source of caffeine, theophylline and antioxidant with high levels of fat, carbohydrates or protein is close to zero percent. Tea was a bit bitter when drunk, which is its own pleasure from tea.
Flower tea with a blend of jasmine flower buds called fragrant jasmine tea or jasmine tea is the most popular type of tea in Indonesia. Tea consumption in Indonesia of 0.8 kilograms per capita per year is still far below other countries in the world, although Indonesia is the largest tea producing country in the world's number five.