Lipton Yellow Tea that Makes Hair Smooth

History of tea
The cultivation of lipton yellow tea plant called Camellia Sinensis dates back to 5000 years ago in China.

After the cultivation of tea in this country and familiarization of other countries with the benefits of this drink, its cultivation gradually increased in Asia and then spread all over the world.

In the past, tea was used both as a medicinal and healing drink and as a special drink in royal and religious occasions, which shows the importance of tea among the people of that time.

Tea drinking culture in different countries
In addition to the differences in the types of tea in different countries, the way of brewing tea, tea ceremony and the way of serving tea may be different in each country, and these differences go back to the history and culture of each country.

Usually, in some countries, one type of tea is more popular than others.

For example, in Iran, black tea or in China, green tea has the highest demand.

Click on the link below to learn about the “tea drinking culture in different countries”.

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Tea, along with coffee, is one of the most popular drinks in the world, which is available in different types in the market. 4 examples of the most popular teas in the world are black tea, green tea, oolong tea and white tea, each of which has unique properties and aroma.

These four teas are all obtained from the same tea plant and bush called Camellia Sinensis, and their difference comes from the process and production method of each one.

In addition to these 4 teas, there are other teas such as sour tea, borage flower, chamomile, etc., each of which is obtained from a specific plant, has different properties and has its own fans.

How is black tea produced?
The process of black tea production in the world is carried out in two orthodox or official methods and C.T.C or unofficial methods.

Apart from the process, orthodox tea and C.T.C also differ in appearance and characteristics.

Black tea produced by orthodox method has elongated and intertwined leaves and black tea produced by C.T.C method has round and spherical leaves.

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