There are only six kinds of tea in the world: white tea, green tea, yellow tea, Oolong tea, black tea, and dark fermented tea or teas.
The differences between them relate to the production methods to which their leaves are subjected.
But they all originate from the same plant: Camellia sinensis.
While there is some confusion about the kinds of tea that exist.
The reality is that only those that come from the plant Camellia sinensis can be called tea.
It is a shrub that usually does not exceed 6 meters tall, comes from Asia, grows in humid climates, and offers some advantages.
Because the properties of Camellia sinensis are manifold when it becomes a teacup.