Some focus on the health aspect. Camellia, helmed by Yau Nga Kwan, specialises in loose leaf black and oolong tea sourced from farms in the Wuyi Mountain region. According to Afrose Parveen, a nutrinionist with Eat Right Nutrition Consultancy, loose leaves contain higher concentrations of catechin - a plant-based antioxidant that's been linked to lower risks of heart disease, cancer and diabetes - than tea bags.
Yau says tea should be enjoyed in its natural form, so there shouldn't be any artificial enhancers that could eventually put a strain on health.
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