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Black teas are fully oxidized and generally bolder and stronger in flavor. They contain the most caffeine of the tea varieties and also contain compounds and antioxidants that offer a variety of health benefits.

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Oolong teas are rolled, twisted or curled (generally by hand) and oxidized to different degrees. Most oolongs can be steeped multiple times producing a different flavor and caffeine content with each steep.

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Green tea is made from unoxidized leaves that are heated immediately after plucking. It produces a more astringent and subtler taste than oolong and black teas and contains a fairly low caffeine content.

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White tea is produced from immature leaves and buds plucked from the Camilla Sinensis tea bush. It is the least processed of the varieties and is packed with many essential nutrients and health benefits.

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All teas are produced from the same tea plant Camellia Sinensis and provide a wide range of flavors based on how each style of tea is processed.

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Herbal Tisanes are commonly mistaken as a kind of tea. While other varieties of tea all derive from the tea plant Camellia Sinensis, herbal tisanes are composed from assortments of herb leaves, barks, seeds, flowers, roots and spices.

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