Black tea is the most popular tea of all types. Due to the long oxidation, the taste of black tea is usually wonderfully stronger and more powerful than that of other teas.
All teas come from the same type of plant, Camellia Sinensis. But the country of origin, the type of picking, the climate and the picking time also influence the taste of the tea. The way the tea is processed determines the final type of tea, such as: B. black tea or green tea. Processing begins with flavoring. During this process, the tea leaves lose their moisture and wither. After this process, the tea leaves are rolled up, where they can oxidize through contact with oxygen. During this process, the green leaves turn golden brown to black in color. Finally, the tea is dried.