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Green tea has recently exploded into an extremely popular beverage over the past five decades. This ancient brew has been cherished in Asia for thousands of years but in the Western Hemisphere and their respective markets, green loose tea is still a growing phenomenon with increasing research indicating its consumption has outstanding health benefits of green tea for a number of ailments.

With its earliest reference dating back to 2737 BC, green tea's history is long and fascinating. Like most varieties, it's harvested from the Camellia Sinensis plant, but is processed differently to the likes of black tea and oolong tea. In the case of producing loose leaf green tea, the leaves are dried or slightly steamed but not fermented.

This is what makes it look green when it is brewed. Centuries before it had ever made it to a cup however,likely used by people for just chewing and eating. It wasn't until the 8th century that a new method of steaming leaves to inhibit their oxidation was discovered that green tea really set off to take Asia and ultimately, the world, by storm. Why not try our Lemon Sencha Green tea for when the sun is shining in the garden? This loose tea can be served hot or chilled down to make a refreshing ice tea drink. Alternately, if the ice is on your car instead of in your cup.

  1. Gunpowder Tea

    Gunpowder Tea

    Excited to start Bonfire night off with a bang? Perhaps you wish to explore the wonders of Gunpowder Tea and all it has to offer? Either way, you needn’t look any further. Gunpowder Tea delivers mouth watering flavours and astounding health benefits, two qualities perfect for autumn. It has been made and enjoyed for well over a thousand years and Read more...
  2. Christmas Loose Teas

    Christmas Loose Teas

    Is it really that time again? Here at The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company, we couldn’t be more excited for Christmas as we get to drink our Christmas Loose Teas. It is, as we all know, a time for love, laughter, and festivities, as well as, of course, being a time to treat yourself with all sorts of Read more...
  3. Oolong Tea vs Green Tea

    Oolong Tea vs Green Tea

    Today, Green Tea accounts for 20% of the world’s Tea consumption. Oolong Tea, on the other hand, accounts for less than 2%. In this sense, these two Teas couldn’t be more different, but they also share some similarities. The question begs: which one is better, let's compare the two different tea types this this article, Oolong Tea vs Green Tea Read more...
  4. White Tea vs Green Tea

    White Tea vs Green Tea

    It is no secret these days that Green Tea can improve one’s everyday way of life in a multitude of ways. The studies are out there, and the media can’t get enough of it! We open the newspapers, turn on the television, listen to the radio and there it is: “Green Tea’s extraordinarily health benefits”. Best of all, it’s all Read more...
  5. Matcha Tea vs Green Tea

    Matcha Tea vs Green Tea

    Let’s get one thing cleared up before we get started: most (emphasis on “most”, not all) types of Matcha Tea are Green Tea, meaning that, in other words, we’re talking about the same overall Tea type. However, it surprisingly gets a little more complicated, and that’s why The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company have posed a scenario whereby Read more...
  6. 5 Must Have Teas For Autumn

    5 Must Have Teas For Autumn

    We know the drill by now: the nights are drawing in, the temperatures are cooling, and now is the perfect time for long walks amongst the trees of changing colours. We’re heading into autumn, and here at The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company, we couldn’t be more excited our 5 Must Have Teas For Autumn that are just perfect Read more...
  7. Japanese Tea (All You Need to Know)

    Japanese Tea (All You Need to Know)

    We’ve all heard the saying “for all the Tea in China”. But what about Japan? As it turns out, Japanese Tea may not be as famous as Chinese Tea, but it’s just as delicious! The country’s history and culture surrounding Tea are likewise rich and expansive. It dates back many hundreds of years, with each century leading to the further Read more...
  8. Green Tea Caffeine

    Green Tea Caffeine

    Once, people thought little of Green Tea Caffeine. In reality, it has only been relatively recently that people have thought about Caffeine at all! Now, however, science has established both the advantages and disadvantages of continuous Caffeine intake day after day after day. These new studies have given rise to numerous questions, most notably: does Green Tea contain caffeine? And Read more...
  9. Green Tea: Everything you (probably) didn't know

    Green Tea: Everything you (probably) didn't know

    Most people who pick Green Tea off the shelves don’t think of its significance, its history and the Benefits of Green Tea. Most people know of this, but in the West, many haven’t tried it. But the importants, is unique, is remarkable. It has been present for the rise and fall of Empires; it has become embedded in countless cultures; it has Read more...
  10. Jasmine Tea Benefits

    Jasmine Tea Benefits

    Jasmine, a beautiful flower with a beautiful taste. It can be added to green sometimes White tea or even Black tea or enjoyed simply as a nourishing Herbal Tea; the choice is yours. And whatever your preference might be, we have a Jasmine Tea for everyone and all types of this amazing tea offer Jasmine Tea Benefits. There is something enchanting Read more...

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