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 The Silver Needle Tea. . .

Nobody can deny the fact that tea is one of the most popular health drinks in the world today.

It’s fame is based on the well-grounded belief that it has several properties which help your body become healthier and more youthful looking.

A lot of scientific research studies elucidate the fact that tea contains a lot of nutrients and high levels of polyphenols, an antioxidant property that help your body set up a good defense against a lot of ailments such as cancer, cardiovascular illnesses, and other disorders brought about by an abundance of toxins in your body.

Try to visit your local supermarket or tea store and you will see literally tons of different types and kinds, packed in various manners. Some are grouped in little bags while others are packed as loose leaves in single, big containers. Though tea bags are very convenient to carry around, they taste and smell a little bit different when compared to loose leaf tea.

 Loose leaf tea contains a high level of antioxidants, tastes fuller, and smells richer than its bagged counterpart.

There are also several varieties of tea that you can get in a lot of places. These are the green tea, black, white, and Big Red Robe. One example of a white tea variety is the silver needle. This particular tea has been getting a lot of attention lately because of its unique sweet flavor and fragrance. Before it is processed, only the most tender buds of the silver needle tea is carefully selected and picked, then it undergoes processing in such a way that it will gradually wilt. Then, while still undergoing oxidation, it will start to lose its grassy taste, resulting in a sweet and delicate flavor with an enchanting fragrance. If you are not that fond of caffeine, you will also find the silver needle variety, which has undergone the process of decaffeination, in many tea stores and supermarkets. This decaffeinated tea still retains its wonderful taste and aromatic fragrance that you have always loved, albeit, with a lower than minimal caffeine content.

Silver needle is naturally grown in hillsides and other appropriate places without the benefit of any synthetic fertilizer or pesticides. The soil on which this organic white teagrows is nourished by compost material which breaks down into organic compound to become a natural fertilizer. This results in a high quality tea, the taste of which you will really love.

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