Baihao silver needle belongs to white tea, micro fermented tea, named after its plump buds, covered with white hair, like hidden snow. Origin: Fuxi, Toutou, Taimu mountain, Zhenghe, etc. Process: withering, drying, and picking. It is white and thick in color. Aroma: pure and fragrant. Soup color: light apricot yellow, clear and bright Taste: fresh, mellow, and full of…
All About Taiping Houkui You Should Know Taiping Houkui is one of the most famous tea in Chinese history. Taiping Houkui is a kind of green tea. It is produced in Taiping County (now Huangshan District, Huangshan City) of Anhui Province. It is the best tea. In 1912, Taiping tea merchants selected top buds tea from…
The dark tea has luxuriant golden flowers, dry tea fragrance, clear tea soup, mellow taste, clean tea bottom without impurities, very fragrant and comfortable taste.
Sri Lanka, the tea capital of the world. Sri Lanka is a small island nation located in the Indian Ocean. The tea industry is a major part of the Sri Lankan economy. Sri Lanka is the world’s second-largest exporter of tea.
Where to buy Pu-erh Tea? Do you love Pu-erh tea? If you’re looking for a new place to buy your favorite tea, you’ve come to the right place. In this blog post, we’ll share some of our favorite places to buy Pu-erh tea. Keep reading for more information.
Tea production in China is a very old tradition. According to legend, the history of tea as a drink began during the reign of Emperor Shennong (2737 B.C.). There are 6 major tea production area discussed in this article: Yunnan,Fujian,Guangdong,Anhui,Zhejiang and Taiwan province.
Wuyi rock tea, also known as “Yancha” in Chinese, is a type of black tea from the Wuyi Mountains of coastal Fujian Province. Today, Yancha leaves are usually processed into loose leaf .This results in a complex cup of tea with strong notes of wood smoke, earthy tones, malt sweetness and hints of apricot and raisin.
The History of Chinese Tea It is estimated that tea production in China began around 4,000 years ago. The first cutting was performed during the Han Dynasty by a man named Lu Yu(陆羽).Today, there are many cultivars of tea that have been developed over the centuries in China.