There are a great selection of Chinese tea varieties on the market. Green tea, yellow tea, white tea, black tea and that's before you mention wulong tea or Gwyneth Paltrow's favorite, Pu-Erh.
Each one offers a different taste and a number of different characteristics and this simple infographic from Daoli Tea sets out to explain the different between the many varieties.
From the many processes each tea must take before its ready for consumption -withering, shaping, fixation and oxidation - to what eventually gives each tea their unique shape and flavor.
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