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Why is tea so fragrant?

Why is tea so fragrant?

When we gather together to taste new products, we sometimes meet some colleagues who "smell the fragrance", "What kind of tea are you brewing, it smells so good". In the process of drinking tea, you can feel the fragrance from different angles of dry tea, cover fragrance, soup fragrance, and leaf bottom fragrance. In addition, a variety of fragrance types, fresh fragrance, floral fragrance, fruity fragrance... each has its own merits. I don’t know if you have paid attention to a question: why is the aroma of tea so rich? In fact, the presentation of these aromas has a certain...


When we drink rock tea, what we're drinking?

When we drink rock tea, what we're drinking?
Also known as yugui due to its cinnamon fragrance. Rougui tea (after processed) has the following characteristics: tidy, curly, deep green and brilliant leaf, etc.. Dry tea smells a little sweet, but tea soap which is clear and orange yellow has a mixed fragrance of cream, flower, fruit, and cinnamon. It tastes sweet and mellow, and when you sip a bit, you’ll feel the aroma stay for a long time in your teeth and throat. The leaves in tea soap are light green inside and red around, as well as brilliant. There has left odd fragrance when the tea is made even four or five times.
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