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Tea is from a flowering evergreen shrubs called Camellia sinensis, growing in tropical and subtropical regions. It is this new growth, consisting of two leaves and a bud that are picked, from which tea is made. The tender new growth on a plant is referred to as the "flush", and is the most desirable leafage for making tea.
There are 4 typres of distinctive teas, black tea, teawhite tea, green tea,& oolong tea, but all come from the same type of plant but its the method of processing the teas that give them there characteristics.
Heres some more about a type named Tisane:Tisanes are "teas" that contain virtually no tea and are made up of herbs, flowers, leaves, and/or fruit pieces.
I hope that will help yuh!
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