Fermentation is an indispensable process for making some types of tea. Many tea lovers may know that fermented tea, like black tea and pu-erh tea contains higher caffeine than unfermented tea like green tea. In this article, we will further verify this conclusion by analyzing some experimental data.
Boiling tea can not only better show the taste of tea but also improve the antioxidant content of tea. So, to know which kind of tea is suitable for boiling and to learn the required boiling method can enable us to better experience the fun of boiling tea.
Fermented tea is a class of tea that has undergone a process of fermentation. One method of classifying teas is based on the degree of fermentation.
Brief introduction of inherent characteristics of Chinese teas and some useful tips for you to choose teas for yourself.
Black tea is the fully fermented sort. It is well-known around the world. Featured as red liquid and red leaf, black tea has mellow flavor. High grade black tea often carries fruity and flower fragrance. Regular drinking is good to your health. There are history records saying that the origin place of black tea is in China. By the time China open its gate to the world, black tea began to be known by the world.
Pu’er tea is divided into raw tea and ripe tea rely on whether it is fermented, different crafts also giving them differences in appearance, taste and fragrance. Then what are the specific differences between raw and ripe Pu-erh tea?
Pu-erh tea is actually named after the area that it is produced in of China. Piling is an important process when fermented puerh tea was made. This is definitely a tea to drink for good health, weight loss, and appetite suppression.
Nowadays Pu-erh tea is more and more popular both in China and Western Countries. Many people are interested in the process of both loose Pu-erh and Compressed Pu-erh. In this article we will show the steps of pu-erh cake process to all tea enthusiasts.