The difference between full handmade and semi handmade Dragon Well tea

Processing tea with machine is the making method that most businesses will use on the market, which can not only maintain the standard taste and quality, but also save time and save a lot of labor. But why do many people still pursue full handmade tea? Because it has the factor that machine can not be replaced – people.

Qiandao Lake Organic Tea Garden

Qiandao Lake Organic Tea Garden is located in Chun’an County, Hangzhou City, Zhejiang Province,China. Nourished and influenced by the water of Qiandao Lake,the tea plants here are grown in a pure natural and pollution-free environment, which also gives the tea itself a natural sweet aftertaste.

Mt. Tiangong Organic Tea Garden

Mt. Tiangong Organic Tea Garden is located in Yibin, Sichuan Province, China. It covers 10,500mu at an elevation of approximately 900m to 1350m above the sea level, which owns their Organic Certifications both on domestic and international.

Jasmine Flower Tea – The Smell of Spring

The plain, neat jasmine is representative of deeply rooted romantic love in many countries, the jasmine flower tea scented by which letting a person fondle admiringly with its refreshing taste and silky faint fragrance.

Bao Jia Cun Organic Tea Garden in Hang Zhou

Bao Jia Cun Organic Tea Garden is located in Lin’an County, Hang Zhou City, Zhe Jiang Province, China. Surrounded by Kwun Tong reservoir (官塘水库), the Baojia Organic Tea Garden (covers more than 300mu area) passed the strict organic certification of USDA, EU, JAS.

Can I drink green tea during pregnancy?

Many people get into the habit of drinking green tea, and there are many benefits of drinking it on a daily basis. But, is it safe to drink green tea during pregnancy? Hope you find answer in this article.

An Ji Bai Cha

This is one kind of green tea and One of Zhejiang’s “Ten Famous Teas”! The spring tender shoot leaf is white, and from white gradually turn into white green, summer autumn tea become green.

Lu’an Guapian tea

Liu’an Guapian Tea is one of the ten most famous teas in China. Liu’an Guapian is a band of famous tea with a long history, and it originates in places like Qiyun Mountain in Lu’an District, Anhui Province.

Lushan Cloud-fog Tea ( Lu Shan Yun Wu)

Lushan Yunwu is a kind of green tea produced on Lushan Mountain of Jiangxi Province. On the southern bank of the Yangtze River and close to the Poyang Lake in the south, Lushan Mountain has favorable conditions for tea trees. The tea leaves produced there are thick with distinct fuzz and the liquid is clear with a strong fragrance.