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Tea made from unfermented leaves that is pale in colour and slightly bitter in flavour, produced mainly in China and Japan.Compare with black tea
- ‘The green tea served at these ceremonies is usually bitter in taste.’
- ‘It also helps keep all the beneficial chemicals intact, which is why green tea is so good for you.’
- ‘Over cups of green tea and bowlfuls of rice crackers, we chat in his kitchen well into the afternoon.’
- ‘Anyway, if you're going to drink caffeine, the best form to do it in is tea, and green tea is the best.’
- ‘We've been told of the health benefits of green tea, and even the benefits from dark chocolate.’
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