Q: What distinguishes green tea from black tea?

A: Green and black teas both come from the Camellia sinensis plant, but differ in processing and oxidation levels. Green tea is quickly heated and dried to ensure minimal oxidation, resulting in a lighter color and milder flavor. In contrast, black tea is fully oxidized, leading to a darker color and richer flavor profile.

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