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Jacob Bogatin: Green Tea

September 2, 2010

According to Jacob Bogatin green tea is produced from the same material as the black, and retains its color not only in the dry form, but in the tincture. There is no specific green tea tea aroma and taste. This drink green with a golden hue and delicate aroma of fresh hay, strawberry leaves and citrus.

Jacob Bogatin says that the Japanese green tea is prepared as follows: schepotok poured some tea leaves into the teapot and pour very hot water, but not boiled water, as it supposedly kills the taste. Then the tea of this (green tea is made about twice as long as black tea), pour into cups. Sugar and milk with green tea are incompatible. It is better to drink it with honey. Green tea can be brewed two or three times.

Jacob Bogatin also gives another way to brew green tea: take 0.5 teaspoons of leaves per cup of water. Its temperature should be above 70 degrees. Tea should be poured water in three stages. First, on the third volume of the kettle, after 1-2 minutes – half the pot, and another two minutes later – at 3 / 4 volume. Jacob Bogatin strongly advises to leave it for two minutes. After drinking half of the kettle, add the rest of the boiling water.

Indian Medicine and Jacob Bogatin as well advise not to drink before eating a lot of tea, especially hot, because it burns the food juices and impairs digestion. Drinking tea is very hot, especially in hot seasons, is harmful to people with the kind of hot and young.