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green tea in Drink topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgreen teaˌgreen ˈtea noun [uncountable]  DFDlight-coloured tea made from leaves that have been heated with steam, especially popular in eastern Asia
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green teaThe residents filled out a questionnaire in 1984 about their habits, including how much green tea they drank.Zahara brought a cup of green tea.It may be black or green tea flavoured with jasmine flowers, is very fragrant and is always drunk without milk.Order a hot sake or green tea from the server.Some have shown green tea to be beneficial against disease, others have not.I ask if I might have some green tea and feel even better as I sip the bitter, warm liquid.Whereas traditional politicians offer visitors green tea, the Reform of Heisei serves black coffee.