Green Tea

Chinese Green Tea Knowledge

Footprint of Liu An Gua Pian

The only tea in the green tea with no buds and stalks – Liu An Gua Pian, it has been selected as one of the “Top Ten Famous Teas in China”. Lu’an tea, which began in Qin and Han. During the Tang and Song Dynasties, tea was very rich. During the Ming and Qing Dynasties, there were three hundred years of tribute tea history. There is no luxury in the royal tea gardens of the past, there is no special mountain [...]

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Famous tea legend: Huangshan Maofeng

According to legend, during the Tianqi period of the Ming Dynasty, the new county magistrate Xiong Kaiyuan of Jiangnan County took a book boy to play in Huangshan. Lost in the middle of the road, I met a monk and took them to the temple to stay overnight. When the elders in the temple saw a guest, they greeted the “Huangshan Maofeng” tea. Xiong Kaiyuan saw the color of the tea was yellowish, shaped like a tongue, wearing a [...]

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Five points about Huangshan Maofeng

Huangshan Maofeng origin characteristics: Huangshan Maofeng is produced in the Huangshan Mountains. It is mainly produced in Huizhou District and Qimen County, and the Huangshan Maofeng in both places have their own characteristics. The traditional Huangshan Maofeng in Huizhou District is a pot of tea with a curly shape; while the Huangshan Maofeng of Tuen Mun is a baking process. The representative of Huangshan Maofeng mainly maintains the shape of the tea bud head, the shape is beautiful, the color [...]

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How does Biluochun drink?

It is very important to brew the water temperature of Biluochun. A cup of good tea is not only good for taste, but also the most beautiful color of tea. The water temperature not only affects the taste of Biluochun, but also affects the color of Biluochun. The amount of tea should also be a certain proportion with water. Biluochun will be fragrant, and the ratio of tea to water is roughly 1:50-60. About Biluochun’s brewing equipment is usually [...]

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How is Biluochun produced?

Biluochun is a traditional Chinese tea, one of China’s top ten famous teas. It belongs to green tea and has a history of more than 1,000 years. Biluochun is produced in the east Dongting Mountain and West Dongting Mountain (now Wuzhong District) in Taihu Lake, Wu County, Suzhou City, Jiangsu Province, so it is also called “Dongting Biluochun”. Biluochun picking has three major characteristics: one is to pick up early, the other is to pick tender, and the third is [...]

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Difference Biluochun and Longjing tea?

Both Biluochun and West Lake Longjing are famous Chinese teas, which belong to green tea. However, because each person’s tastes are different, the preference for Biluochun and Longjing tea is different. It is difficult to say which is good to drink. Talk about the difference between them. Meet Biluochun and Longjing Tea Biluochun is a traditional Chinese tea, one of the top ten famous teas in China. It belongs to green tea and has a history of more than 1,000 years. [...]

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23 knowledge of Xihu Longjing Tea

1: What are the varieties of West Lake Longjing tea trees? The group species of West Lake Longjing is generally the old tea tree, which is the seed germination; Longjing 43, is asexually propagated, and is cultivated into tea seedlings by cutting leaves on the tea tree; the other is Longjing long leaves, but the distribution is relatively small. In the original production standard of Longjing Tea, there are strict requirements for the tree species of Longjing in West Lake: [...]

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What are Chinese green tea?

Chinese Green Tea, one of China’s major teas, refers to a drink made from new leaves or sprouts of tea trees, it is unleavened, skimmed, shaped and dried. The color of the finished product and the brewed tea more preserved the green style of fresh tea. Often drinking green tea can prevent cancer, lipid-lowering and weight loss, smokers can also reduce the the harm from nicotine. Green tea is made of unleavened tea, retaining the natural material of fresh leaves, [...]

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Xihu Longjing Tea Foundation Introduction

Xihu (West Lake) Longjing, a green tea, one of China’s top ten famous tea. Produced in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province Xihu Longjing Village around the mountains. It has more than 1,200 years of history. West Lake Longjing, is named due to the West Lake in Hangzhou, China Longjing tea area. When Qing Emperor Qianlong visited West Lake in Hangzhou, he praised the West Lake Longjing Tea and sealed the 18 tea trees in front of Hu Gong Temple under Lion [...]

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