Green tea originates from China and is prepared exclusively with Chinese tea leaves (Camellia sinensis). In the Far East, it is known and appreciated for centuries for its unique properties beneficial. The treatment process wherein the plant is subjected to a variety of green case is very similar to the method for preparing black tea, but devoid of the digestion phase. The leaves of green tea processing only minimal oxidation, which green leaves hardly subjected to fermentation. This practice allows you to keep the dried-green color, and the taste of the brew adds a hint of fresh green. After being dried remains silvery-green color, dark green or olive, with a matt sheen. Today, green tea is spreading in the West, where it is still the most common type of this drink is black tea. In countries where tea is grown, produced many types of green tea. They differ from one another due to the specific growing conditions, processing method and time of harvest.