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TEA

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Frazer Liau

on 7 October 2014

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Transcript of TEA

TEA
Introduction
History of Tea
Shennong
Others country

Tea occurred in 2737 BC by the Emperor of China, Shennong.
Cultivation of Tea
Geography of Tea Plantations
The geography and location of tea plantations worldwide shows differences in terrain and climate which result in the differing qualities displayed from various sources.
Growing and Harvesting of Tea
1. The Nursery 2. Cultivation 3. Plucking
Process of Making Tea
The six processes
1. Plucking
2. Withering
3. Rolling
4. Drying
5. Sorting
6. Packing
Packaging of Tea
Tea Bag
Loose Tea
Packaging of Tea
Compressed Tea
Instant Tea
Packaging of Tea
Bottle Tea
Canned Tea
Types of Tea
White Tea
Black Tea
Types of Tea
Green Tea
Oolong Tea
Types of Tea
Herbal Tea
Rooibos Tea
Tea Culture
Tea culture is defined by the way tea is made and consumed, by the way the people interact with tea, and by the aesthetics surrounding tea drinking.

Preparation of Tea
1. Bring freshly drawn, cold water to a boil in a kettle
2. When water is at a gentle boil, remove heat.
3. Pour hot water into teapot.
4. Allow water to cool to the proper temperature.

Health Effects of Tea
Advantages of Tea
1. Protects our body from ravages of aging.
2. Reduces the risk of heart attack and stroke.
3. Protects against cancer.
4. Bolsters your immune defenses.
5. Increases our metabolism.
Disadvantages of Tea
1. Contains caffeine
2. stains teeth
3. Contains fluoride
Economic of Tea
6 large tea producing countries
1. India
2. Kenya
3. Sri Lanka
4. Indonesia
5. Rwanda
6. Malawi
India is the world's largest tea country
Tea Plantation In Malaysia
Conclusion
Tea Content
- Catechins > 30% of dry weight of a cup of tea.
> highest concentration
in white tea and green tea.

Fairlie Tea Garden
Sungai Palas Tea Garden
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