Where Does Tea Originate from?

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Tea is originally from China. It is made from the buds and leaves of a plant known as Camelia sinensis. After the leaves are picked, they are allowed to oxidise. The degree of oxidation varies from one type of tea to another. The green tea is oxidised a little while the black tea is oxidised for as long as possible.
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