Green tea, also known as kombucha, is a fermented beverage that can be used to make tea, sweet tea, hot chocolate and many other beverages.
This is because of the high amount of carbon dioxide that occurs in the tea leaves.
The name “green tea” comes from the Japanese word for green, so kombuchas are known as “green teas”.
Grown in southern China, kombutas are produced by blending green tea leaves with other plants and then adding it to water to produce a brew that has a stronger flavour and less bitterness.
They are often sold in convenience stores or tea shops.
There are a variety of varieties of green tea, including black, green, white and red.
While green tea is traditionally made from water, komuchas can also be brewed in other beverages, such as coffee, tea, and lemonade.
Tea drinkers often like to have their tea hot, and kombucas, especially those made from white tea, are popular for this reason.
If you like to brew tea in a variety, the kombu is a great choice.
Kombucha is also a popular drink among the elderly.
This is a good way to enjoy green tea without feeling thirsty.
It is also good for weight loss and to support healthy digestion.