Asked in Tea, Nutrition, Acids and Bases
What is the pH of tea?
The pH of tea varies widely depending on the strength of the tea, and the type of tea used. Some green teas, such as chun mee, which have a sour flavor, are naturally slightly more acidic. The more strongly you brew tea (meaning, the more leaf used per amount of water, and the longer the steeping time), the more acidic the tea will be, and thus, the lower the pH will be. There are many sources that state the pH of...
Asked in Green Tea
What color is green tea?
The tea bag is green. The tea itself looks like regular tea, but lighter. The smell is different. Pure Japanese green tea is a very light green. It depends on what type of green tea you buy. I drink the Japanese green tea (it's weaker than normal tea) and it helps digestion while eating and it breaks down fats in your meal. Green tea should only be taken with meals and not as a regular tea or you could find yourself...