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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.
  • Production of Oolong Tea

    Oolong tea is chinese traditional tea. Camellia Senesis plant is the source of Oolong tea as well as of the green tea and black tea. The only difference between the oolong and other two is their processing technique. All of the tea leaves has certain enzymes, which results oxidation.Oxidation is the chemical reaction that change green tea leaves into deep black.
  • When is the Best Time to Drink Tea

    Tea is a beverage taken commonly and prepared by pouring boiling hot water over the tea leaves.There are many kinds of tea available.
  • Yun Wu Tea - Imperial Green Tea

    “Yun Wu” literally translates to “Clouds and Mist”. As these tea types are being harvested from the tall mountains filled with fogs produced by seas of clouds, it is only proper that a miracle of nature would be named as such. The environment at which these tea leaves are grown essentially creates better yields.
  • Best Silver Needle White Tea

    Silver Needle White Tea is a rare family of tea originating from the Fuding and Zhenghe counties in Fujian, China. This tea uses only unopened tea buds from the tea bushes, and that's what places it in a league of its own. The white tea leaves are carefully handpicked not to destroy the buds. Stems and leaves of these plants are left alone.
  • All about Blooming Flower Tea

    Originated from the Yunnan province of China, blooming tea is now known across the world for its unique features and health benefits. Flowering or blooming tea is a bundle of dried tea leaves wrapped with dried flowers forming into a bulb shape that opens upon brewing.
  • 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.
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