When chatting with tea, the Scented Cups are often ignored. People just enjoy tea soup, without any attention to the tea fragrance.
Speaking of Anxi TieGuanYin, a famous tea-producing area “Nan Qi” in An Xi cannot be ignored. The special soil condition and natural environment here result in the unique taste and permanent scent of tea.
Through in Hanyu Pinyin, the pronunciation of Gongfu tea is exactly the same, known as gōng fu chá, there is still a big difference between what they mean. So, is there any difference between Gongfu tea and Kung fu tea?
Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong Tea comes from Chaoshan and belongs to Guangdong oolong. The tea bush is Phoenix Shui Xian. In ancient time, one tea bush can only make one kind of tea, and there are too many names, so people collectively call them Phoenix Dan Cong.
Da Hong Pao can be divided into three types: mother tree Da Hong Pao, purebred Da Hong Pao, commodity Da Hong Pao. Then do you know which type your Da Hong Pao belongs to?
As one of the three common types of Tie Guan Yin tea, The Old Tie Guan Yin has lots of funs both for its scarcity and health benefits.
Tie Guan Yin Tea is one of the best kinds of Oolong tea, not to mention the organic Tie Guan Yin with superior quality. To produce high quality organic Tie Guan Yin, a strict standard of the tea tree specie, the organic tea garden and the tea farmers is required. Highly qualified tie guan yin Tie Guan Yin has mellow taste and elegant orchid aroma, as well as good benefits for our health.
Wuyi Rock Tea is a general term for the category of Wuyi Oolong tea produced in the north of Fujian province. It belongs to the kind of semi-fermented tea. It is well known for the unique “charm of rock”, a rock aroma which makes you enjoy a rich and mellow taste along with an endless sweet aftertaste. It combines the delicate fragrance of green tea with the mellow taste of black tea. It is regarded as the best category in Oolong tea and it is a representative of China’s top teas.
Da Hong Pao is an oolong tea from the WuYi Mountains in the Fujian province of China. It grows defiantly in the gaps of the mountain boulders, which endow it with the highly prized ‘yan yun’ or mineral ‘rock taste.’
Over three hundred years ago, the first wild tea trees were discovered in Taiwan. However these trees which were found in the wild were not grown on an estate or grown specifically for consumption as most teas are nowadays.
Oriental Beauty is considered a half-fermented tea, however the fermentation of Oriental Beauty tea leaves is higher than most other Oolong teas and can be fermented from anywhere between 65-85%.
Taiwan tea originated from Fujian, China. In the early 1800's a Fujian tea merchant took some seeds to Taiwan to see how well the plants would grow there. It proved to be very successful. Until now Taiwan tea has a history of more than 200 years.