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  • China Pu-erh Tea

    Pu-erh TeaTime for a cup of Pu-erh tea?The Pu-erh Tea treesDating back to the Cenozoic period of about 65 million years ago, the Pu-erh tea trees are possibly the oldest tea trees in the world.The tea trees are growing in the subtropical zones in the South Chi...

  • Chinese Tea Introduction, Types & Benefits

    Introduction of Chinese TeaChina is the homeland of tea, which is the most popular beverage in the country. It is believed that Chinese people have enjoyed tea for more than 4,000 years.Tea is the dried and processed leaves of the tea bush, plants called camel...

  • Top Ten Famous Chinese Tea

    Chinese tea is regarded as a national drink in this country. According to the legend, tea was first found by Chinese Emperor Shennong when he accidentally chewed the tea leaves to remove the poison from his body. Tea is deeply woven into the Chinese history an...

  • Top Places in China to Enjoy Tea

    What first comes to mind when you think of China? Great wall, Confucius, porcelains or silk? For many people, Chinese tea together with the long, ritual boiling tea process and refined tea set will be the image. Those obsessed with tea may all the way come to ...

  • Fenghuang Dancong (Phoenix Oolong Tea)

    Possibly the only Oolong tea that is still processed the old fashioned way, Fenghuang Dancong bushes are growing between 500 to 1400 meters above sea level on the SE mountains slopes of Fenghuang (Phoenix) Mountain in Chaozhou City, Guangdong Province, China. ...

  • Anxi Tieguanyin Tea

    One of the joys of travel in China is the authentic, fragrance-rich tea. By enjoying a cup of tea, you have a glance of the haunting Chinese culture. In southeast China's Fujian Province, a pretty mountainous country named Anxi produces Tie Guan Yin – a supe...

  • Wu Yi Rock Tea

    There are few places more enticing than Wuyi Mountain for tea aficionados in China and worldwide, a UNSECO World Heritage site situated in the far northwest part of Fujian Province that serves up the preeminent subcategory of Wulong tea, named Wu Yi Rock Tea (...

  • Keemun Black Tea

    In China, when people think of black tea, they think Keemun Black Tea. It is a superior variety of black tea produced in Qimen with a history of over 130 years. Qimen is a mountainous country in China’s Anhui province, and was named "Keemun" during the colon...

  • Junshan Yinzhen Tea

    Junshan Island in China’s Hunan Province is dedicated to producing Junshan Yinzhen tea, a rare and precious tea in China, and crowed as the king of yellow teas. Legend has that in Tang Dynasty, when Princess Wen Cheng married into Tibet, the Junshan Yinzhen ...

  • Longjing (Dragon Well) Green Tea

    Southwest of West Lake in Hangzhou, China’s Zhejiang province, Longjing (Dragon Well) Village has taken credit for having a premium green tea, named Longjing tea or West Lake Dragon Well tea (Chinese: 西湖龙井; Chinese Pinyin: Xihu Longjin) for approxima...

  • Dongting Biluochun Green Tea

    If you are a senior green tea lover, you must have tried Biluochun Tea (碧螺春) – one of the most famous green teas in China and one of the top ten Chinese teas. Originally grown in the Dong Ting mountain of Tai Hu, Suzhou city, Jiangsu Province, it is al...

  • Huangshan Maofeng Tea

    As an old Chinese saying goes that "famous mountains produce famous teas". Huangshan Mountain (Yellow Mountain) in Eastern China’s Anhui province is one of the nation’s most famous mountains and home to several superior varieties of green teas. No doubt, t...

  • Lushan Yunwu Tea

    Lu Shan Yun Wu tea (or Lu Mountain Cloud and Mist tea) is a superior sort of Chinese green tea produced in the famous Lushan Mountain of Eastern China’s Jiangxi Province. First grown in Han Dynasty (202BC – 220AD), the tea has been listed as a tribute tea ...

  • The Way to Practice Kung Fu Tea Ceremony

    Fall in love with Chinese tea, as well as its fascinating tea culture.  In china, tea enthusiasts do not only pay great attention to the quality of tea leaves, the material of tea set, but also the way to brew tea and drink it. As a tea master, you ought ...

  • Sichuan Tea Culture: Teahouses in Chengdu

    Far away in the West China, Sichuan is home to the giant panda preserve, awesome wild natural scenery, renown spicy Chuan cuisine, as well as a unique branch of Chinese tea culture – the Sichuan tea culture. There’s no better way to experience the quaint a...

  • Beijing’s Best Teahouses: Drinking Tea, and Experiencing More

    Famous for its long history as being the royal capital and 7 UNESCO world heritage sites, as well as numerous great places of interest, Beijing also has a fascinating tea culture and boasts about 170 featured teahouses. The tea houses witnessed the fluctuation...

  • Tea Time at Laoshe Teahouse: Experiencing Unique Beijing Culture

    Laoshe Teahouse was built in 1988 by Mr. Shengxi Yin, to commemorate Mr. Laoshe, one of the representatives of traditional Beijing Culture, and his magnum opus Tea House. Ever since its opening, the tea house has been a desirable place for both tea lovers and ...

  • Fuding White Tea

    Fuding White Tea is one of the earliest processed teas in China. As for its benefits, remember that Fuding White Tea has the highest flavonoid (powerful antioxidant) & amino acid. And the simple processing drives up the interferon secretion of immune cells...

  • Tea, Obesity and Health

    Obesity caused more deaths among those infected with the novel coronavirus, according to a report of the Guardian published on June 3, 2020. Obesity lowered the immunity system of people and makes us vulnerable to various other illnesses that eventually l...

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