[Eng Sub] Kiki Green Tea

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Hello! Just wanna let you know Green tea is subbed!

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Awesome, thank you for your work! Good to see the ever popular Kiki series getting its missing gaps filled. :bow:
Thank you for you hard work! :clap:

Btw this might be common knowledge and I'm just dumb, but did you know that green tea, black tea, white tea and oolong all come from the same plant?
Took me 32 years to realize :D
The dumb is strong in this one.
gesichtspalme wrote:
Thank you for you hard work! :clap:

Btw this might be common knowledge and I'm just dumb, but did you know that green tea, black tea, white tea and oolong all come from the same plant?
Took me 32 years to realize :D


You don't mean the exact same plant, do you? Much like all bamboo comes from the same plant, there are different varieties. I used to sell white tea, which is really just very, very young green tea but the plants had different names than our green teas and machas etc. Of course, herbal teas come from just about anywhere other than tea bushes, but nobody's arguing about that.
Ibaraki Dave wrote:
You don't mean the exact same plant, do you? Much like all bamboo comes from the same plant, there are different varieties. I used to sell white tea, which is really just very, very young green tea but the plants had different names than our green teas and machas etc. Of course, herbal teas come from just about anywhere other than tea bushes, but nobody's arguing about that.


Yeah pretty much this.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Camellia_sinensis

"Two major varieties are grown: Camellia sinensis var. sinensis for Chinese teas, and Camellia sinensis var. assamica for Indian Assam teas.[2] White tea, yellow tea, green tea, oolong, pu-erh tea and black tea are all harvested from one or the other, but are processed differently to attain varying levels of oxidation. Kukicha (twig tea) is also harvested from Camellia sinensis, but uses twigs and stems rather than leaves."

I didn't know that.
The dumb is strong in this one.
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