Green tea is obtained from the Camelia Sinensis‘ leaves. This process does not include fermentation. Just after picking and selecting the right leaves, they are dried. Green tea conserves a lot of valuable ingredients, i.e. polyphenols, microelements (such as calcium, fluorine, iron, potassium, sodium and zinc), vitamins A, B1,B2, C, E, K, caffeine, and essential oils. The general rule is to use a teaspoon of tea per cup. The brewing temperature should be around 70-80ºC.