Classification of tea
In Poland one person drinks on average nearly four or five cups of tea every day. There are a lot of various types of tea but in this essay I will concentrate on three of them: black tea, green tea and white tea. They are all offering their consumers a specific taste, colour and scent. What is more, they all can be drunk at all hours of the day.
The first type of tea is black tea. This sort of tea is the most popular in the world. Black tea has its own characteristic reddish-brown colour. This kind of tea is a bit harsh in flavour. It is often said that black tea has a full and rich taste. The aroma of black tea is delightful. All in all, this kind of tea is perfect for those who want breakfast with more of a bite.
The second type of tea is green tea. This sort of tea isn’t so popular but it is certainly more popular than white tea. Green tea leaves are shiny green blades. This kind of tea is greenish-yellow in colour. Moreover, it is pleasantly fresh and light but also grassy in flavour. Green tea hasn’t got a strong scent it is rather odourless. This type of tea has a much lighter flavour than black tea.
The third type of tea is white tea. This kind of tea is the rarest of all the tea types. Why is it called white tea? Firstly, because of an almost colourless liquid and secondly, when the tea raises something that looks like silvery hair appears on its buds. What is interesting, white tea is extremely delicate in flavour as well as colour. This type of tea has a typical mild, slightly sweet flavour and a creamy quality. Furthermore, this kind of tea has a pleasant aroma that is fruity and airy. White tea is smoother and less grassy than green tea. At last, I would like to add that a cup of white tea at night is a prefect way to end the day, and a one cup in the morning to begin the day.
Summing up, nowadays there is a rainbow of teas on the supermarket shelves. Every tea has its own taste, colour and...