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Dr. Reeja Tharu
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Tea : The Chinese Legacy

From the botanical perspective

Tea is a beverage made from the processed leaf of a plant whose Latin name is: Camellia sinensis. Some people who have been around for a long time in the tea industry still call it by its now out-dated name of Thea sinensis. 

DIVISION  ANGIOSPERMAE
CLASS DICOTYLEDONES
ORDER  PARIETALES
FAMILY THEACEAE
GENUS THEA
SPECIES SINENSIS
VARITAL  267,000 SEPARATE ONES

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