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  • A Guide to Chrysanthemum Tea

    Chrysanthemum Tea is a delicious tea beverage that is made out of fresh or dried Chrysanthemum flowers. It is a very popular drink in East Asia, especially in China.
  • Chinese Kung Fu Tea

    Kung Fu tea (sometimes called Gong Fu tea) makes tea his given name, the name given to the traditional Chinese way of doing this tea, not the kind of tea. All day tea is the method used when talking about "traditional Chinese tea ceremony" and very important for the quality and variety of instruments used by itself 'celebrated' with the quality of the tea itself. It is the way to work!
  • A Guide to Kuding Tea

    Kuding is a plant that grows native to China. Kuding has a mystical history as a medicinal herb and has been relied upon by generations of Chinese to cure a wide variety of health disorders and diseases.
  • History of Japanese Matcha Making Process

    Matcha is the most consumed Green Tea in Japan. The finely-milled beverage is made through a process that has changed since Matcha was developed during the Song Dynasty in China. The process has changed throughout Matcha’s history.From breaking off pieces from bricks of tea known as “tea cakes” and whisking them in hot water, to a number of different stepsusing modern machinery that make the process of brewing Matcha easier.
  • Uji of Japan--the matcha trip

    We sell a lot of Japanese matcha and matcha peripheral products, so when we go to Japan, Uji is one of our important journey.
  • Pu Er Tea Definition & Making Process

    There are two types of Pu Er tea in terms of fermentation; green (raw) Pu Er tea; another is cooked (ripe) Pu Er tea.There are mainly two shapes of Pu Er, mainly loose leaves, cakes; but there is also other shapes, like bricks, mushroom shape, Tuo Shape, melon shape, and other unique shapes as well.
  • Dai Minority bamboo raw Pu Er tea making process

    Here we would like to take this opportunity to explain how the traditional bamboo raw Pu Er tea is made. Normally the best time to make bamboo Pu Er tea is the Autumn season, as only at this moment, large amount of fragrant bamboo is available.
  • Bi Luo Chun (Pi Lo Chun) Green Tea Making Process

    Any green tea lover knows about one of China's most famous green tea: Bi Luo Chun. What makes this tea special is first of all its leaf quality. But besides simply the quality of raw materials, the processing of the leaves matter a lot and it can affect the end results significantly.
  • Gunpowder Green Tea Making Process

    Gunpowder green tea is a great tea with numerous health benefits. It is easy to prepare and you can tweak the flavor by adding peppermint, honey or any other ingredient you desire. If you haven't tried it make sure you do, you will truly appreciate its unique flavor.
  • The Pu-erh tea

    The Pu-erh tea is a kind of organic loose tea that is made from huge leaf range of tea plant. It was named after the country of Pu'er close to Simao, Yunnan, China. Pu-erh tea may be bought in raw or ripened form, varying on the processing or aging method. Sheng Pu-erh can be approximately categorized on oxidation tea scale as a green tea while aged-green variety as post-fermented tea.
  • Tie Guan Yin - Iron Goddess of Mercy Oolong Tea

    Iron Goddess of Mercy Oolong Tea also called Tie Guan Yin Tea is a type of oolong tea that has a flowery fragrance similar to that of orchids. This type of oolong tea is cultivated in Fujian province in China. It is also a premium variety that is harvested by hand from tea orchards located in high altitudes. In addition, tie guan yin tea is the most popular oolong tea in China.
  • Facts About Chinese Keemun Black Tea

    Keemun black tea is usually described as having an earthy aroma, and its overall character is quite different from Indian and Ceylon teas. My personal perspective is that Keemun has a richer, warmer quality, often reminiscent of dried fruit, and in higher grades, a pleasing hint of wood or wood smoke. These teas are rich and full-bodied, and are among my favorite black teas.
  • A Magical Tea - Lapsang Souchong Tea

    Lapsang Souchong leaves are black. Black tea leaves contain caffeine. What makes it stand out is the fact that the caffeine levels largely depend on the steeping time and the water temperature. If you want a highly caffeinated cup of Lapsang Souchong tea, you will have to dip the leaves in very hot water and let them steep for a long time into the water so that the contents of the leaves can fully mix with the water.
  • Why Green Tea is Good for You

    Drinking green tea and it wise to note that all its benefits are good for your health. If you want to witness these benefits, don’t hesitate to purchase it and you will definitely enjoy its goodness.
  • Long Jing Tea - The World's Best Green Tea

    Long jing tea, the best green tea in the world, has its origin in china in Longjing village close to Hangzhou in Zhejiang province. Sometimes people refer to it as dragon well tea. It is considered as the most popular tea for its high quality and great aroma. Long jing tea is hand produced earning it the title of the best green tea in the world.
  • Is Anji Bai Cha a Green Tea?

    Anji Bai Cha has been around for a long but if you have not heard about it worry no more. Although the name of might sound confusing, this tea is normally processed according to the normal green tea processing methodology.
  • Amazing Benefits of Black Tea Consumed with Milk

    Studies have shown that consuming Black Tea with milk does not reduce the effect of these polyphenols in any way. Hence, consuming Black Tea with milk does not make it less advantageous.Many people also enhance the flavor of Black tea with soy milk. So, you can enjoy your black tea with milk and reap the countless benefits that come from this super food.
  • Gunpowder Green Tea - Healthy Choice Tea

    Gunpowder Green Tea, a type of tea from China whose leaves are rolled up into small sizes that resemble pellets to maintain the freshness and aroma.
  • Mao Feng Green Tea Making Process

    Huang Shan Mao Feng is a popular type of Mao Feng Green tea which is names in the area where it is grown and that is Huang Shan. Mao Feng tea is also grown in many regions of China like Wuyi Mountains, Zhejiang Province and other and also in a few countries, including Nepal.
  • Zi Sun Cha - Purple Bamboo Shoot Green Tea

    Zi Sun Cha or Purple Bamboo Shoot tea is a type of Chinese green tea which is known for its fresh aroma, sweet taste and health benefits. The unprocessed leaves are partly purple in color and they have a narrow shape which looks like a bamboo shoot, so it is also called as “purple bamboo shoot tea”.
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