The Diagram Illustrates How Different Tea Types Are Produced | Band 6.5 IELTS Report Sample


The diagram illustrates how five tea types are produced after processing tea leaves.

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The diagram explains how five different tea types are produced using one same product that is tea leaves. Overall, it can be seen that Oolong tea, large leaf black tea and small leaf black tea undergo seven processing stages while green tea, and white tea involve six and four stages respectively.

All the tea types have in common starting three stages and the last stage. The beginning stages involve growing tea leaves then plucking them out, and allowing them to wither to remove excess moisture, and the final step is to dry the leaves in an oven. White tea is produced by following the above listed processes. Additional steps of steaming and rolling is done before the withering stage to produce green tea.

The next tea type, Oolong tea, does not involve steaming, the leaves are rolled to flatten and left for a slight fermentation before the drying stage. However, in the case of Large and Small leaf black tea, full fermentation takes place and the rolling process is replaced by crushing for the later tea.

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