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標題: Effect of teapot materials on the chemical composition of oolong tea infusions
作者: Liao, Zih-Hui
Chen, Ying-Jie
Tzen, Jason Tze-Cheng
Kuo, Ping-Chung
Lee, Maw-Rong
Mai, Fu-Der
Rairat, Tirawat
Chou, Chi-Chung
關鍵字: Yixing clay;Zhuni;Zisha;catechins;oolong tea;teapot;Aluminum Silicates;Ceramics;Clay;Glass;Plant Leaves;Plastics;Stainless Steel;Tea
Project: Journal of the science of food and agriculture, Volume 98, Issue 2, Page(s) 751-757.
The flavor and quality of tea are widely believed to be associated with the pot in which the tea is made. However, this claim is mostly by experiences and lacks solid support from scientific evidence. The current study investigated and compared the chemical compositions of oolong tea made with six different teapot materials, namely Zisha, Zhuni, stainless steel, ceramic, glass and plastic.
DOI: 10.1002/jsfa.8522
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