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In general, your description - dark green balls which unroll to full tea leaves, sounds like some variety of gunpowder green tea. It is a quite common Chinese technique, as I recall. Each pellet (also sometimes called "pearls") is a rolled and dried tea leaf, which unfurls when steeped. However, it is difficult to get more specific than that without more ...


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There are two factors here, both of which will limit you. The first is the solubility of caffeine in water. Paparazzi found it for room temperature, it is going to be higher for a hot beverage, but whatever it is, it is a hard upper limit. So, if you were to drop a tablet of 1 g pure caffeine into 100 ml water, and a tablet of 6 g into another glass of 100 ...


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3x tea would not mean 3x extract But it is going to be close to 3x for small amount Water is a good solvent for those chemicals but there is a limit The solubility of caffeine is 2 g/100 mL at room temperature (by weight about 1 : 50). 66 gram / 100 mL at boiling. A coke is 20 mg (milli 1/1000) 12 oz. The caffeine we drink is not even close to ...



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