How do you treat your black tea leaves? Just like most of us usually think – just for drinking? If so, that’s too bad! Here are some interesting and creative suggestions collected by Teavivre for you to re-recognize black tea and its uses beyond tea cup.
Tea, “茶”, has been a preference for health regimen since Chinese ancient times. People drink teas to seek different health benefits in different seasons. So, what are the benefits of tea drinking in winter?
Many people have heard a saying about aged white tea: “one-year tea, three-year medicine, and seven-year treasure”, but they aren’t clear about the reason. As if we say Pu’erh tea “the aged the better”, which means it will taste more mellow and smooth during the aging process because of the ingredients transformation.
Some people are curious about the making process of this interesting and delicious tea. Therefore, TeaVivre has specifically inquired Mr. Yang, the tea maker, about how to make Xinhui Green Mandarin Orange Ripened Pu-erh 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.
Rinse tea is not unfamiliar to many tea lovers. Different people have different opinion about the functions of rinse tea. Some of them think it is necessary, for it can rinse away the pesticides residues; others think it is a waste to discard the first steep of tea, so they prefer not to rinse tea. So, what is the role of rinse tea?
As the traditional form of Pu-erh tea, cake Pu-erh, brick Pu-erh and Tuocha all take a lot of twists and turns before we drink them at the first time. So how can we loosen and pry Pu-erh Tea in a proper way?
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.
After a period of storage, you may see a layer of white frost forming on the surface of the orange peel? Does it mean the dried orange peel begin to grow mold?
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.
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.
China is a multi-ethnic country, with different but interactive life culture and dining traditions. Based on the unique weather conditions, life style and bloodline, they all share their own tea-drinking customs.