How tea powder is made?
Between two and seven procedures are involved in the processing of fresh tea leaves; the addition or exclusion of any of these stages results in a different type of tea. Each of these procedures is carried out in a climate-controlled facility to avoid spoilage due to excess moisture and fluctuating temperatures.
1.Withering: Withering refers to the wilting of fresh green tea leaves. The purpose of withering is to reduce the moisture content in the leaves and to allow the flavor compounds to develop.
2. Fixing: Fixing or “kill-green” refers to the process by which enzymatic browning of the wilted leaves is controlled through the application of heat. It is held that the longer it takes to fix the leaves, the more aromatic will be the tea.
3. Oxidation: Oxidation results in the browning of the leaves and intensification of their flavor compounds.
4. Rolling: Rolling involves shaping the processed leaves into a tight form.The more tightly rolled the leaves, the longer they will retain their freshness.
5.Drying: In order to keep the tea moisture-free, they are dried at various stages of production.
1. Tea powder High In Antioxidants.
2. Tea Powder Protects the Liver.
3. Tea powder Boosts Brain Function.
4. Tea powder Helps Prevent Cancer.
5. Tea Powder Protects Your Heart.
6. Tea powder Helps You Lose Weight.
Best before 12 months from the date of manufactured.