17. September 2017
Tea as a beverage was first consumed in China and has played a significant role in Asian culture for centuries as a staple beverage, a curative, and a status symbol; that’s the reason why theories of its origin are often religious or royal in nature.To drink some tea in former China could be considered as a self consideration or an art. It is also a way to better appreciate life. A famous tea drinker in China’s Tang Dynasty told tea had ten virtues: melting away depression, dissolving...
17. September 2017
9 steps of operating a Chinese tea tasting party

17. September 2017
Preparation for Tea Tasting Properly preparing the tea you’re about to taste is crucial. Interestingly, preparing tea for a formal tasting is quite different from your normal home preparation. Here’s what you’ll want to do: Your average tea sachet or cup of loose tea is going to hold around 3-5 grams of tea, steeped in 350 mL of water. For your tea tasting, measure out double the amount of tea you would normally sip, or just use half the water – 175 mL. We’ll explain why in the next...
17. September 2017
Chinese tea ceremony process

16. May 2017
The unique features of Dancong tea lies in its “mountain feel” and “flowery tastes”.
29. April 2017
Tie Guan Yin tea is a premium variety of Chinese Oolong tea produced in Anxi County in Fujian province

28. April 2017
BaiHao YinZhen Tea is produced in FuDing and ZhengHe areas in Fujian province. It is a top grade white tea.
26. April 2017
Ripe Pu-erh Tea

24. April 2017
More information, please visit Zhang Ping Shui Xian Tea
20. April 2017
Keemun is a Chinese famous black tea and one of the 3 major black tea in the world. More information, please visit Keemun Black Tea

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