The 18 types of Man Sheng teapots were designed by painter and seal engraver during the Qing Dynasty – Chen Hong Shou (1768-1830), and handcrafted by Yixing zisha (purple clay) craft master Yang Peng Nian. Chen Hong Shou styled himself as “Man Sheng”(曼生), hence the title “Man Sheng teapots”. Meeting Yang Peng Nian In the era …
Taste and aroma, that’s all that matters! You’re wrong. One part of the whole tea experience is actually to enjoy the appearing of the leaves before, during and after steeping. It’s a kind of ritual that gives your tea time an additional touch of relaxation.
Today I got some amazing samples from a tea farmer in Yunnan. It’s a 2017 Xi Gui sheng pu erh tea. Checkout some pictures below of the wet leaves and tea colour. It brews a delicious flowery flavour.
A few pics made by the Teasenz crew when visiting our farmers in Yunnan during this Spring season.
Due to the wide range of different tea types it can be sometimes confusing what the health benefits are. Find out about the health benefits of different teas and tisanes in the infographics below! Source: http://www.expressvending.co.uk/blog/health-benefits-teas-tisanes/