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Dry bound tea
Calories, kcal: 141 Proteins, g: 20.0 Fats, g: 5.1 Carbohydrates, g: 4.0
Any Chinese tea gives pleasure in taste and aroma, but there is a category of tea, brewing which you become a spectator of an amazingly beautiful spectacle. In a transparent vessel, a flower slowly grows from a small, as a rule, unsightly-looking ball. Or a whole bunch of flowers of various shapes and colors. At the same time, the color of the drink is slightly sandy, amber, saturated.
Before us is blooming, or bound tea. Prepared by the careful and skillful hands of knitters who pass on their knowledge and skills from the father to the children, bound tea is a real work of art.
Bound tea is made from the top leaves and buds of the tea bushes, which are slightly warmed at a high temperature. Tea leaves do not undergo the fermentation process, because they must be elastic, not break (calorizator) to be packed into a bouquet. In the center of the composition there is a flower, around it, like the leaves of a head of cabbage, tea leaves are tightly packed, the whole bouquet is tied with special threads. Each bouquet is shaped like a ball or ellipsoid, then the tea is dried.
Calorie content of bound dry tea
The calorie content of bound dry tea is 141 kcal per 100 grams of product.
Composition of the bound dry tea
The chemical composition of bound dry bound tea includes: vitamins A, B1, B2, B5, B6, B9, B12, C and PP, as well as potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron, fluorine, phosphorus and sodium.
Useful properties of bound dry tea
The flowers that form the basis of the associated tea are chrysanthemums, jasmine, lotus, less often amaranth, calendula or clover. The drink with each individual flower has its own unique healing properties: jasmine soothes, calendula and clover help relieve heaviness in the stomach.