Mild, more aromatic and darker.
How the colour and flavour of a tea are created.
Oxidation – a term that will be unfamiliar to many and the understanding of which will be only vague for most. Yet this is a process that occurs in many everyday settings – from lighting a candle to burning wood in a hearth. What is less well known, however, but no less relevant is the role that oxidation plays in the production of teas. So continue reading to find out in detail what actually happens and how this process changes the colour and flavour of a tea.