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Types of chinese tea

Types of chinese tea

Types of chinese tea Types of Chinese tea are Green tea, White tea, Yellow tea, Oolong tea, Black Tea, Dark Tea 6 major varieties. Let's take a look at what tea is included in six major tea. Green Tea White Tea Yellow Tea Oolong Tea Black Tea Dark Tea


What is the difference between Oolong teas in different seasons?

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What is the difference between Oolong teas in different seasons?

All the year round, spring, summer, autumn and winter, different seasons, different climate, tea quality is obviously different. Spring Tea About April 15 - May 20   In spring, temperature is suitable, climate is warm, sunshine is moderate, rainfall is abundant with good wet conditions, all of these is conducive to the growth of tea plants. What’s more, through the whole winter’s recuperation, spring tea leaves contains particular rich essence, so spring tea is the best. Spring tea leaves’ Mesophyll is thick, soft, and the tea buds are plump, leaf vein is fine, so it contains high protein, amino acids...


How to Properly Brew a Pot of Tea?

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How to Properly Brew a Pot of Tea?

How to Properly Brew a Pot of Tea? Three Important Factors for Brewing Tea (1) Quantity of tea leaves: What is the proper amount of tea leaves to be placed in the teapot? If the leaves are loosely rolled, a larger volume is required than if the leaves are tightly rolled. For Dongding Oolong Tea a small teapot should be filled to about 1/6 capacity. The tea leaves will expand as they brew. Thus, if too many leaves are used, the teapot will be over-stuffed and the leaves won't be able to open fully. This results in a less than...


How oolong tea is made?

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How oolong tea is made?

1.日光萎凋 Solar withering  Exposing harvested tea leaves to the sunshine accelerates the evaporation of moisture, and acts as a catalyst for oxidation by naturally occurring enzymes in the tea plant. 2. 室内萎凋及搅拌 Indoor oxidation and shaking The leaves are spread on automatic withering racks and shaken up intermittently for uniform exposure and to further deplete moisture during the indoor withering stage, which lasts for 6 to 12 hours. During this step, complex and subtle changes in the natural chemical composition of the leaves create the characteristic aroma and flavor of Oolong Tea. 3.杀菁 Tumble-heating  High temperatures are used to halt...