Different Types of Tea
All types of tea depend on the processes used by producers, instead of specific tea plants. The duration and extend of the fermentation determine most of the tea's colour as well as its taste.
Green tea is a non-fermented tea. The tea is clear with a green and yellow tone.
Black tea is fully fermented and is distinguishable by its red tea leaves and tea colour.
Oolong is a partially fermented tea, produced predominantly in Taiwan. It falls between green and black tea in terms of fermentation. It can be close in appearance and characteristics to either, depending on the degree of fermentation and the duration of roasting during production.