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" For Green Tea. — When the leaves are brought in from the plantations they are spread out thinly on flat bamboo trays, in order to dry off any superfluous moisture. They remain for a very short time exposed in this manner, generally from one to two hours... "
A Journey to the Tea Countries of China: Including Sung-Lo and the Bohea ... - Pagina 276
door Robert Fortune - 1852 - 398 pagina’s
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 75

1854
...come ont more fully, and the leaves of the finer kinds are of a dull bluish green. " Second, for Slack Tea.— When the leaves are brought in from the plantations, they are spread ont upon large bamboo mats or trays, and are alloired to lie in thit date for a eontiderabU time. If...
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The Youth's instructer [sic] and guardian, Volume 16

1852
...on errands of love. Learn of Him, and thus delight YOUR MOTHEK. * THE MANUFACTURE OF GREEN AND BLACK TEA. WHEN the leaves are brought in from the plantations, they are spread out thinly on flat bamboo-trays, in order to dry off any superfluous moisture. They remain for a very short time exposed...
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The National Magazine, Volume 13

Abel Stevens, James Floy - 1858
...referring to the preparation of green tea : When the leaves are brought °n from the plantations, the; are spread out thinly on flat bamboo trays, in order...dry off any superfluous moisture. They remain for a short time exposed in this manner, generally from one to two hours ; this, however, depends much upon...
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India as it Ought to be Under the New Charter Act: Improvements Suggested

William Hough - 1853 - 196 pagina’s
...immediately after they are gathered ; and second, that they are dried off quickly after the rolling." Jilack Tea. — When the leaves are brought in from the plantations they are spread out upon large bamboo mats or trays, and are allowed to lie in this state for a considerable time. If they...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 75

1854
...green and the black teas are severally obtained, are thus described by Mr. Fortune : — " First, for Green Tea. — When the leaves are brought in from...however, depends much upon the state of the weather. " In the mean time, the roasting-panę have been heated with a brisk wood fire. A portion of leaves...
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The Chemistry of Common Life, Volume 1

James Finlay Weir Johnston - 1854 - 654 pagina’s
...— * His description is us follows : — For Green Tea.— When the leaves are bronght in from tho plantations they are spread out thinly on flat bamboo...moisture. They remain for a very short time exposed in thls manner, generally from one to two hours ; this, however, depends much upon the state of the weather....
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The Chemistry of Common Life, Volume 1

James Finlay Weir Johnston - 1855 - 352 pagina’s
...necessarily to bring about many chemical changes within the * His description is as follows : — For Green Tea. — When the leaves are brought in from...however, depends much upon the state of the weather. In the mean time the roasting-pans have been heated with a brisk wood-fire. A portion of leaves is...
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The Chemistry of Common Life, Volume 1

James Finlay Weir Johnston - 1855
...by Mr. Fortune ; * and from his description we learn — * His description is as follows : — For Green Tea.— When the leaves are brought in from the plantations they are spread ont thinly on flat bamboo trays, in order to dry off any superfluous moisture. They remain for a very...
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THE CHEMISTRY OF COMMON LIFE

JAMES F. JOHNSON - 1855
...colour has come out more fully, and the leaves of the finer kinds are of a dull bluish green. For Black Tea.— When the leaves are brought in from the plantations they are spread out upon large bamboo mats or trays, and are allowed to lie in this state for a considerable time. If they...
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THE CHEMISTRY OF COMMON LIFE.

JAMES F. JOHNSTON, M.A., F.R.S. F.G.S. - 1856
...colour has come out more fully, and the leaves of the finer kinds are of a dull bluish green. For Black Tea.— When the leaves are brought in from the plantations they are spread out upon large bamboo mats or trays, and are allowed to lie in tJiis state for a, considerable time. If...
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