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Health Benefits of Chinese Tea

Customer Care 1 Health Benefits of Chinese Tea

Many people these days are not aware of the health benefits that come along with drinking Chinese tea. Chinese tea has been recognized as an antioxidant that helps in stabilizing blood sugar levels, and it can also help reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases. Today, we will be discussing the various health benefits associated with […]

Tie Guan Yin Oolong Tea’s Health Benefits

wang min full Tie Guan Yin Oolong Tea's Health Benefits

Some people like to drink oolong tea because they believe it to be less bitter than green tea. Others like the taste of oolong tea because it is sweeter than black and green tea. Oolong is made from a type of leaf called Camellia sinensis, which is also used to make most other types of […]

The different types of Chinese Tea

Quality Chinese tea 21 The different types of Chinese Tea

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 […]

Tea Leaves & Tea Tree 茶叶和茶树

Tea Plantation Tea Leaves & Tea Tree 茶叶和茶树

Tea is an aromatic beverage commonly prepared by pouring hot water over the fresh leaves of an evergreen shrub native to East Asia known as Camellia Sinensis and probably originated in the borderlands of north Burma and southwestern China. The tea plant’s journey is reflected in its name, Camellia Sinensis. Camellia indicates that tea is a woody plant, closely related to the […]