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Tea leaves steeping in a Chinese gaiwan.

Cha ek drink hae jiske duniya bhar me piya jaawe hae. Iske dried leaves or flowers of the plant Camellia sinensis ke garam paani me bhijae ke banawa jaae hae. Cha me duusra herbs, masaala aur fruit ke flavour bhi chhorraa jaawe hae, jaise ki khatta nabbu.

Cha ke rakam[badlo | source ke badlo]

Dui rakam ke cha hae: black tea and green tea.

Black tea ke banae ke khatir, majuur logan patti ke tuurr ke jhurwae hae. Iske baad iske roll kar ke chhota chhota tukra me karaa jaawe hae, aur el room me rakkha jaae hae jisme ii oxygen absorb kare hae. Chemical reactions change the taste and style of the tea. Finally the leaves are dried with hot air until they turn brown or black. Most black tea comes from Sri Lanka, Indonesia and eastern Africa. When black tea leaves are brewed in boiling water, the tea made from them looks deep dark red, so another name used for black tea, especially in China, is red tea.

Green tea is made by putting freshly picked leaves into a steamer. This keeps them green. Then they are crushed and dried in ovens. India is the biggest maker and user of green tea.[1]

Cha ke jaada kar ke China, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Japan, Nepal, Australia, Argentina aur Kenya me bowa jaawe hae.

Tea can also be used as another word for an afternoon meal (mostly in the Commonwealth countries), as in "I am having tea in a short while." The word also applies to "afternoon tea", a small snack meal served sometimes, usually featuring sandwiches, cakes and tea. This small snack meal is also called "tea time".

Optimum Brewing[badlo | source ke badlo]

Green Tea must steep for 2-3 minutes in 175 degree water. Black Tea must steep for 3-5 minutes in boiling temperature water.

Japan[badlo | source ke badlo]

Shizuoka is Japan's top producer of tea.

References[badlo | source ke badlo]

  1. "India consumer and producer of green tea".

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