What is Alpine Green Tea? Alpine green tea generally refers to those tea leaves that grow above 1,500 meters above sea level. Compared with ordinary green tea, its growth cycle and picking time are extended by 20 days to one month. The tea green of alpine green tea is an important raw material for making high-end green tea.
It is often said that the high mountain produces good tea, because the high mountain green tea has a long light time and a low temperature, which is conducive to the formation of aromatic substances in the fresh leaves, making the aroma fresh and pleasant. What are the characteristics of alpine green tea?
In green tea, alpine green tea is also called “alpine cloud tea”, which can be called “cloud tea”. It means that the tea tree grows in the clouds and mist in the mountains. The light on the mountains is dominated by blue-violet light. Under the action of blue-violet light, tea is not easy to produce substances such as polysaccharides and phenolic tinctures that affect the taste, so the aroma is longer, the taste is sweeter, and the tea is clearer.
The growth environment of alpine green tea is due to the high altitude of the tea farm and the poor soil and water conservation ability, so the root system of alpine tea is relatively developed. The roots of these tea trees can penetrate into the deep soil to absorb water and nutrients; while the deep soil is rich in minerals and rarely polluted, so the quality of tea reflects the characteristics of clear and refreshing taste, surrounded by clouds and mists in the mountains and high humidity. , The scattered light is rich and the temperature difference is large, which is in line with the requirements of the tea tree for the growth environment, which is conducive to the synthesis of some substances in the tea, so the tea is fresh and tender, and the taste is soft and smooth.
It is often said that the high mountains produce good tea, because the high and three green tea has a long exposure time and low temperature, which is conducive to the formation of aromatic substances in the fresh leaves, making the aroma fresh and pleasant. Alpine green tea is more effective and more distinctive than ordinary green tea.
【Effects of Alpine Green Tea】
Benefits of Alpine Green Tea
High mountain tea can stimulate the body to improve fat decomposition ability and reduce the absorption of sugar and fat; secondly, high mountain tea contains more tea polyphenols and caffeine than ordinary tea leaves, which can regulate fat metabolism and promote fat decomposition, especially Reduce abdominal fat accumulation.
2. Diuretic health care
The caffeine in tea can excite the central nervous system, help people invigorate the spirit, improve thinking, eliminate fatigue, and improve work efficiency. The caffeine and theophylline in tea have diuretic effect and are used to treat edema and hydrostatic tumor.
3. Supplement with trace elements
A cup of alpine tea after a meal can prevent tooth decay in addition to promoting fluid intake and refreshing breath. The rich tea polyphenols and tannic acid in alpine tea can kill bacteria, play an antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effect, and play a role in preventing tooth decay. High mountain tea is generally rich in trace elements, and regular consumption of tea can make teeth strong and hair supple.
The efficacy and role of alpine green tea
4, beauty skin care skin care
Tea polyphenols are water-soluble substances. Washing your face with it can remove the greasy face, astringe pores, disinfect, sterilize, resist skin aging, and reduce the damage to the skin caused by ultraviolet radiation in sunlight. High mountain tea rich in selenium has antioxidant and anti-aging effects.
5. Prevent tooth decay
The rich tea polyphenols and tannic acid in alpine tea can kill bacteria, play an antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effect, and play a role in preventing tooth decay.
【Nutritional Value of Alpine Green Tea】
1. High altitude, large temperature difference between day and night
The large temperature difference between day and night causes tea trees to have a lot of photosynthesis during the day to ensure the normal material circulation at night, so that the content of alpine tea is richer and the taste is natural.
2. High altitude, more blue-violet light
High altitude areas tend to be cloudy, and the quality of sunlight and light received by tea trees is different from flat ground. High mountain areas have short light and more diffused light, so that there are more red-yellow light and blue-violet light in the light quality. Red light is conducive to the formation of tea polyphenols, while blue-violet light promotes the synthesis of amino acids and proteins. So that the tea has a more aroma and an endless aftertaste.
3. High altitude and fertile soil
Most of the high altitude areas are dominated by humus sandstone soils with deep soil layers and suitable acidity. The vegetation is lush, there are many dead branches and leaves, and the ground forms a thick mulch, so that not only the soil texture is loose, but the organic matter and minerals are rich. Of course, the processed tea has a high aroma and a fresh taste.
4. High altitude, less pollution
The ecological balance of high-altitude tea gardens is well maintained. Due to their own resilience, tea trees are rarely disturbed by pests and diseases. Many tea gardens are never sprayed with pesticides, and the residues of pesticides in tea are extremely low. The mountain tea gardens are rich in fertilizer sources, and chemical fertilizers are rarely used. The good physical and chemical properties of the tea garden soil and the excellent tea quality are kept inaccessible, the air quality is good, and there is almost no pollution.
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