A 30 year old pu erh cake is old? Guess what Chinese Academy of Sciences discovered that a tea has been found in the tombs of the Han Dynasty Emperor Jing Di who died in 141 BC. The leaves of this at least 2150 year old tea […]
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Here’s a new article on the health benefits of tea, in particular focused on green tea and black tea extracts. Turning Tea Into Medical Breakthroughs Summary: this stat might shock you: every year more than 2 million Americans get infected with antibiotic resistant bacteria. The […]
All types of leaf teas are processed using the Camellia Sinenses tea plant and there are certain environmental factors that make a region suitable for growing tea trees or tea plants. Please note that the conditions described below are only valid for growing Camellia Sinenses. […]
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Today we received an email from a new customer ‘John’. The email contains many questions that other customers have when they need support on making a choice of teas from our online tea store. Here’s the email from John: I found your website after reviewing […]
Longjing tea and cheese? Always difficult and I don’t think there are many tea lovers in China who dare to try to pair them. When you go to a tea house in China they might serve some side dishes such as nuts or dried fruits, […]
Answer by Lisa Lin: The best timing is to drink it about 1 hour after a meal, because green tea can hurt iron absorption while your food is being digested in the first our after your meal. Besides timing after meals, you can drink green […]
The classification of Chinese Tea is determined by the variation of tea processing. In fact, any fresh picked loose tea leaves can produce whatever type of tea by undergoing the relative tea processing. However, specific tea species may be more appropriate for producing certain types […]