Meet the new strains that could revolutionise the way we drink coffee
On Wednesday, the world of coffee will finally get a little closer to a new revolution: the emergence of the next generation of green tea.
The coffee drink has always been something that we haven’t had to struggle to produce, so when the first new plant in Australia was created in the 1980s, the rest of the world was excited.
It’s now a staple of life in the United States, Europe and the United Kingdom, and it’s the reason why we all think of coffee as being the most healthful and nutritious drink we have.
Now that’s changing.
New Zealand has just announced the establishment of a new breed of green coffee beans that are a little different from the existing strains.
The first plant, which will be produced under licence by NZ Coffee Roasters, is named Rosa Luxemburg.
The other three are named Heather Rose, Catherine Rose and Shannon Rose.
They will be released into the world in the coming weeks.
There are already some great new green tea varieties being introduced in the world, such as the new NZ-made NZ Kiwi, and we have some great tea varieties in Australia as well, but there are new strains in the works too.
What are they?
Most green tea is made with the leaves of the native Camellia sinensis, the species that comes from a coffee plant that grows on the eastern coast of New Zealand.
It has been grown for centuries in the Pacific, but has since made its way to Australia.
Green tea leaves are rich in chlorophyll, which can boost the absorption of oxygen and energy, and a bit like vitamin C. These are also the same compounds found in green tea that make it a great source of vitamins C, K and B6.
The new varieties of green china tea, also known as green tea oolong, have the same benefits, but are more of a tropical variety.
They have a higher concentration of beta-carotene and antioxidants, as well as a higher antioxidant level than green tea leaves, which are generally lower in antioxidants.
Green china is also a good source of protein, which is important for healthy muscle.
“It’s the best of both worlds, as there’s a lot of health benefits that come from green tea,” says Dr Chris Cairns, a researcher with the Australian Green Tea Association.
“Green tea is one of the healthiest teas, but you need to be careful with the way you eat it.
You can get a lot more antioxidants with a green tea, but it’s a little more expensive than the other teas.”
Green tea has long been popular in Asia and the Middle East, but the coffee industry in Australia is still relatively new.
That’s partly because the plant has been traditionally grown in remote areas of the country, which has left it relatively isolated from the mainstream Australian coffee market.
But it’s also because of the relatively low production of coffee beans in Australia.
The vast majority of the Australian coffee production takes place in coffee plantations in the south-east, which make up more than a third of the nation’s coffee production.
So far, Australia has produced just about 40 per cent of the global total of global coffee production, with about half of it coming from coffee plantations.
This means Australia has some of the lowest levels of coffee production in the developed world, but also has a relatively large number of farmers.
And that means green tea has been a major driver of the industry’s growth.
It’s a good thing that green tea will be made available to consumers, because it is the most nutritious green tea you can get, and is really good for your health.
It is a fantastic source of antioxidants and can help keep your heart healthy, and your lungs healthy.
Why do we need to use green tea?
The caffeine in green chinas tea is high.
The caffeine in coffee is generally low, but when you drink green tea it contains about 1.5 times more caffeine than it does in coffee.
It also has other benefits, including helping to lower blood pressure.
One of the big concerns about green tea in Australia, and around the world for a long time, was the fact that it was low in antioxidants, which could cause side effects in people who drank it.
But there is now good evidence that it does help reduce blood pressure, and improve circulation in some people.
And it has also been found to improve the immune system and improve the body’s overall health.
A lot of people think that green teas contain a lot less caffeine than the rest.
But the reason is because green tea contains about 2.5 teaspoons of caffeine per cup, compared to the 2.75 teaspoons in coffee, according to the United Nations.
In fact, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization has calculated that if green teabags were all the same size as a cup