Named By a Legend – Monkey Picked Oolong tea is Online

Oolong tea which is also called “Qingcha” is mainly produced in Fujian, Guangdong, and Taiwan. Oolong tea remains the green tea’s sweet and fresh. Teavivre select this Monkey picked Oolong tea which tastes soft and smoothy.

Rolled Shape – Fengqing Black Dragon Pearl is now Online

Fengqing is a very place where producing the wonderful black and puerh tea in the modern life, such as Dian Hong Black Tea. Now Teavivre selete a new kind of Black tea which is just come from Fengqing Yunnan.

Teavivre’s Travel Notes – Pujiang Tea Garden

On 9 Mar, Teavivre went to the Pujiang garden. There, we got many useful information and now we'd like to share it with anyone who is interested in the knowleage of the tea.

A new kind of Yunnan Pu’erh tea is on-line now

Pu-erh, which is tea that has a very unique shape, aroma, flavor, and appearance is a great tea to check out. On top of that, it has a great taste and flavor that makes it nice to drink.

How Chinese Celebrate Valentine's Day

Saint Valentine's Day, commonly shortened to Valentine's Day, is an annual holiday held on February 14 celebrating love and affection between intimate companions. This traditional western holiday has a history for more than 1000 years. The special thing on Valentine's Day is that lovers present gift to each other to express their love and affection. Modern Valentine's Day symbols include the heart-shaped outline, doves, and the figure of the winged Cupid.

Another Four Kinds of New Flower Tea Online Now

Flower tea is a special beverage for any occasion, especial for festival and wedding. This time we released another four kinds of flower tea following the two kinds of flower tea we released on November. TeaVivre carefully selected the four kinds of flower tea from many flower teas by brewing and tasting them.

Three Kinds of Yunnan Pu-erh Cake Tea Online Now

Pu-erh Cake Tea, also known as Round Tea, belongs to compressed tea. With a round cake shape, it has a nice appearance and looks quite like a full moon. Cake Tea is the most typical representative of Pu’er teas.