Why Lapsang Souchong is a Popular Tea with Unparalleled Aroma

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Lapsang Souchong, or Zheng Shan Xiao Zhong, is a black tea originally from the Wuyi mountain. It is named for the city of Lapsang which was once one of China’s main tea producing regions. Lapsang Souchong has an intense smoky aroma and flavor with a sweet and spicy finish. These characteristics are achieved by drying […]

The different types of Chinese Tea

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Through thousands of centuries of brewing, trading, and experimenting, people from all over the world have accultured to the simple joy and satisfaction of pouring and drinking a cup of Chinese tea. For most people, tea-drinking is prescribed as alternative medicine. Many researchers have accounted for its use to enhance one’s immunity against diseases and […]

What is Pu Erh Tea?

Tea Chapter 28th Anniversary Compress Tea (Raw Green Pu Er)

Exclusively made at the exact birthplace of the tea, the age-old Pu Erh Tea brings with it the thousands of centuries of traditional mastery in producing fine tea from a meticulous selection of the best leaves to unique styles in fermentation, drying, and rolling. Along with its flavor and aroma, it brings the rich Chinese […]

The Journey of Mindfulness with Chinese Tea #1

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Rushing and instant gratification has gradually become the norm of the our current society. Take a step back and appreciate the present with a breather to unwind your soul. Mindfulness with Tea is a few part series where you slowly integrate mindfulness into tea drinking. Take the first step and join us in a path […]

Chinese New Year Myths and Traditions

Ang bao Chinese New Year Myths and Traditions

Tradition of Pineapple Tarts Not many people know about this, but Singapore was once an important centre of the global pineapple canning industry. Pineapples first originated from South America until Christopher Columbus brought them across the Atlantic to Europe by 1493. 100 years later, the well-travelled Portuguese then introduced this sweet and sour juicy fruit […]