Japanese Vs Chinese Green Tea

What are the differences between these two titans of Green Tea

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China and Japan are the two largest Green tea producing countries in the world and produce exemplary yet very different tasting Green tea.

What are the differences between Chinese and Japanese tea and how do the two cultures express themselves in the teacup? In this video I give an overview of the key differences in their tea and then taste a Japanese tea with a Chinese tea to describe the difference.

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