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Why do so many people love rock tea?

Why do so many people love rock tea?

Autumn is the season for new rock tea. After half year's preparation, most rock teas will be on the market. | Wuyi rock tea, why it can charm a group of old and new tea lovers?   Among the six major tea types, rock tea, like a tea with varied carrier frequency, can fully stir the taste buds of tea friends with its rich and changing aroma and taste.  The analysis shows that the aromatic substances and its content of rock tea are obviously higher than other teas. Due to its unique production technology, a large number of aromatic substances...


ChaQi, is it mysterious or enjoyable?

ChaQi, is it mysterious or enjoyable?
Have you ever had such an experience? Feeling hot from head to toe, sweating on the forehead and back!

When making tea, how many grams of tea leaves should be right ?

When making tea, how many grams of tea leaves should be right ?

When we first start making tea, we always have a problem: how many grams of this tea should be just right? In this case, we usually take the tea master's suggestion as the standard. For example, there is a popular and easy rule to remember "three, four, seven, eight". With normal size Gaiwan and about 110 ml water for brewing, the amount of tea is 3 grams for green tea, 4 grams for black tea, 7 to 8 grams for all oolong tea such as rock tea, and 8 grams for black tea such as ripe tea. The suggestion of...


When is the best time to pour out the tea soup?

When is the best time to pour out the tea soup?

  To brew a pot of good tea, it is critical to pour out the soup time, which affects the taste of a cup of tea. And many tea friends don't know how long it takes for a brewed tea to pour out the tea soup, which makes the taste of the brewing sometimes good and sometimes bad. Green tea: pour out the first tea soup in 12 seconds Green tea is unfermented tea. Most of the nutrients of fresh leaves are preserved in tea. When brewing, the water temperature should not be too high, and the brewing time should...


What is the “Congwei” of Wuyi Laocong Shuixian?

What is the “Congwei” of Wuyi Laocong Shuixian?
Lao Cong Shuixian is one of the four famous names of Wuyi Rock Tea. It is represented by Dahongpao and Cinnamon, which is the representative of Weibei Oolong Tea. The leaves of Lao Cong Shuixian are soft and rich in nutrients.
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