What Is A Tea Pet? 17 Styles’ Symbolizes, Not Only For Good Luck

If you got a friend who loves deeply Chinese tea culture, you might see there is a little doll on his tea tray. He may say it is called Tea Pet, a mate he is drinking tea with. Take...

Huangshan Maofeng – One Of The 10 Famous Chinese Teas

High-quality tea always comes from a good natural environment. Huangshan, one of 10 famous Chinese mountains, fog covers all around, and strange pine trees grow alone on the steep hills. Poets and tourists praised this unique scenery...

Unique Planting Way Makes Biluochun Tea A Charming Fruity Flavor

Green tea lovers may ever hear about Biluochun, which is one of the Chinese 10 famous teas. It looks like an emerald, curly caterpillar, full of tiny white fuzz. Biluochun is made from the tenderest buds shoot in the...

Why Does Lu’an Gua Pian Tea look Like Melon Seeds?

You may hear about a tea with a strange name - Lu'an Melon Seed tea. Does anyone really make tea with melon seeds? Of course not. Actually, its real name is Lu'an Gua Pian tea, which is a famous green...

Xinyang Maojian – Strong Flavor Green Tea Brewing On 50:50 Ratio

Henan is the most important birthplace of Chinese culture. As a politics and culture center of ancient China, Henan also has a long history of tea-producing. Nowadays, a famous green tea - Xinyang Maojian tea, is still produced...

How Does Huoshan Huangya Tea Taste Like?

Many famous teas you heard are from Anhui, China, such as Huangshan Maofeng and Keemun Black Tea. If you have enough tea understanding, you should know a subtype called Yellow Tea, which is rare. Without surprise, Anhui also...

Weishan Maojian – A Freak Yellow Tea With A Charming Smoky Flavor

Many people may know that Maojian typically refers to the green tea made from the leaves' tip. Like Duyun Maojian, Xinyang Maojian, they are all famous. But you may not know, there is a freak among them - Weishan Maojian....

Meng Ding Huang Ya, Royal Tribute From The Tea Culture Birthplace

Remember when we talked about the Zang Tea, we ever mentioned Yaan, Sichuan? It is said one of the Chinese tea culture birthplaces. Especially the Meng Ding Mountain region, which is a tea production and hub since antiquity....

What Is Haimagong Tea & Why Is It So Rare

Yellow tea is the rarest in the 6 major teas; the low yield and market share create a vicious circle. Some subtypes even come to an unable selling situation. The Haimagong tea from Guizhou, China, is an example. The tea...

Junshan Yinzhen Tea – The Only Yellow Tea of Chinese 10 Famous Teas

Dongting Lake is a Chinese tourist attraction, which located in Yueyang, Hunan. Picturesque scenery here, as the inspiration source for the poets for a long time. Thanks to the excellent natural environment, plants growing strong here. An island...

Why Say Bai Jiguan Tea Helps Taoist Practice?

Wuyi Rock teas play an essential part in Oolong, and they are famous for their unique "Yan Yun"(rock flavor.) From the description we see, this flavor is very impactful. But among them, a type named Bai Jiguan tea is totally...

Tieluohan Tea – The Oldest Of Wuyi 4 Great Oolong Tea Trees

Fujian is the largest Oolong tea-producing region, and the products are divide into two genres - Minnan and Minbei. When we are talking about Oolong, we can't miss them, especially Wuyi Rock Tea. There are Four Great Oolong Tea Trees in...

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Tea is one of the most popular daily drink in the world. Each type of tea has different nature benefits and taste, surprising and charming.
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