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Drying or 'withering' tea leaves

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Drying out the tea leaves, known as 'withering'. Approx. 80% of moisture needs to be removed from freshly picked leaves to preserve them and enhance the tea's flavour. Leaves are spread out on trays or shelves in airy rooms to enable them to wither.

Copyright © RBG KEW

Media ID 10645014

Date: 12th February 2015

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Credit: Copyright RBG Kew

Filename: p038 - 006838LA20120727-010 Tea.jpg

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Associated Categories: History

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