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  • Lapsang Souchong Bohea Tea

    The Lapsang Souchong Tea is a black tea which originated from Tongmu village of Wuyi areas in Fujian province, China. It is also known as a smoked tea, because Lapsang Souchong has a very distinct from other types of tea; its curly tea leaves are smoked and dried traditionally over pinewood fires, therefore getting a distinctive smoky flavor. Since the area of its origin is super small, the smoky lapsang is increasingly becoming more expensive as the demand continuously increases.
  • Making the Best Cup of Tea

    Different types of tea have unique and specific methods to make and this is so since certain variable conditions like temperature and time affect the flavor of most tea types.
  • A Comparison Between Matcha and Green Tea

    There are several types of tea in the world, and this article includes matcha tea and regular green tea.These two tea types have several differences and only one significant similarity.
  • Top Ten Types of Tea in China

    Tea has many health benefits to its credit and works well as a natural home remedy. Some help in weight loss, some in relieving stress while some boost immunity, some are simply a common, leisure beverage and the list goes on.
  • Удивительный китайский травяной чай - Hibiscus Sabdariffa

    Hibiscus sabdariffa is more than just tea. It's all you need to be healthy.There are many types of tea, from light ones, dark ones, sweet ones and bitter ones, each with its own unique taste, but there's one that all tea lovers must taste. It serves as a drink and a medicine at the same time. I'm talking about the amazing Chinese herbal tea Hibiscus sabdariffa, also known as roselle and sour tea.
  • Сенча - Органический зеленый чай

    Sencha is a Japanese term that refers to the tea grown in full sun. The tea is different from the other types of tea like gyokuro, genmaicha which represents tea grown under limited conditions of sunlight.
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