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    • Monkey Legend - History of Tai Ping Hou Kui

      Cha Wang Tai Ping Hou Kui Learn the history and legend of Tai Ping Hou Kui, and know more knowledge about the nonpareil green tea.

    • The Chinese Tea History Generally

      A Chinese saying identifies the seven basic daily necessities as fuel, rice, oil, salt, soy sauce, vinegar, and tea. Tea is among the world’s oldest and most revered beverages. It is today’s most popular beverage in the world, next to water. Tea drinking has long been an important aspect of Chinese culture.
    • Lapsang Souchong Black Tea: recommended to smoky tea lovers

      Lapsang Souchong Black Tea is a kind of black tea. And it has a smoky flavor for who like stronger taste.
    • Xin Yang Mao Jian Chinese Tea Information

      Xin Yang Mao Jian Green Tea

      The tea brewed from Xin Yang Mao Jian is very beautiful and unique with a delicious flavor and distinctive aroma. Xin Yang Mao Jian is a type of green tea which is manufactured, plucked and processed in Xinyang, Henan, China. With high quality Xin Yang Mao Jian Chinese green tea, the newest and freshest buds and leaves are the best. This delicious and beautiful green tea from China has much to say and offer a tea enthusiast.
    • Chinese Tea History Part Ⅲ - White Tea History

      White tea is famous for the fine white “pekoe” hairs that cover its leaves, it's green-gray colored leaf buds and pale yellow-green colored tea with a subtle, sweet flavor. Considered the pinnacle of teas in China, it is mainly produced in the Fuding, Zhenghe, Songxi and Jianyang areas of Fujian province.
    • Chinese Tea History Part Ⅳ - Oolong Tea History

      Oolong tea, named after its creator, is a Chinese tea with unique and distinctive characteristics, produced mainly in Fujian and Guangdong, as well as Taiwan. The most famous Chinese teas include Tieguanyin, Dahongpao, Phoenix Narcissus, White Crest, Phoenix Bush and Iron Lohan, while the most well know of Taiwanese Oolong's include Dongding, Wenshan Pouchong and Oriental Beauty.
    • Chinese Tea History Part Ⅰ- Green Tea History

      Green tea is an un-oxidized tea that is named – obviously! - For its green colored leaves and green tinged color when brewed. Being by far and away China's most commonly drunk tea, it is the most commonly grown type of tea and also has the biggest representation in the list of China's most favored top ten teas.
    • Chinese Tea History Part Ⅱ - Black Tea History

      China is the birthplace of black tea, which in China is called, perhaps more appropriately, hong cha – red tea – after its the red colored tea it usually produces. It's history in China can be traced back to the late Ming Dynasty, around the year 1590, when the first black tea – Lapsang Souchong – was produced in the area around Wuyi Mountain in Fujian province.