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An Overview of Chinese Famous Teas

Mountain Lao green tea /Grade 1-10

Mountain Lao is of the highest latitude in China where tea garden is located. The special marine climate and the excellent mineral water and fetile soil provide the best environment for the growth of tea bushes.

Therefore the tea I grow herein has many characteristics:

a long period of growth, an excellent quality and the thick tea leaves, which can can be boiled and drunk many times. You will enjoy the fragrance and color of the tea, its clear and bright sight and mellow taste. Its special feature of "being fresh like peas and tasty like chestnuts" will make you remember it forever!

Mountain Lao green tea category:

Basis season:Spring tea, summer tea, autumn tea, winter tea(Greenhouse plastic tea)

Basis quality:Organic tea (with no pesticide or chemical)), big farmland tea

Basis shape:Bud type, sword type, fishery type

Basis craft:The traditional handicraft, machine processes

Longjing (Dragon Well) Tea/Grade 1-10

Longjing Tea is one of the ten most famous teas in China. It is said that Longjing tea is the beauty among all the tea, while the Xihu Longjing tea is the most beautiful among the Longjing tea. Xihu in Hangzhou, is the favorite place for the intellectuals from the ancient time to now, as a result Xihu Longjing tea has combined not only the green color, the strong fragrance, aromatic taste and beautiful shape, but also with the famous mountains, temples, lakes, springs and tea which are famous in it. From one cup of Xihu Longjing tea you can surely feel the traditional and proud culture of Longjing tea.

Kaihua Longding/Grade 1-10

The Kaihua County is located in the "Golden Tea Triangle Area", the springhead of the Qiantangjiang River where seven counties march together, which belong to Zhejiang, Anhui and Jiangxi provinces respectively. It has very special geographical environment, described as "there exists cloud and frost here and there when clear, and rain and mist all around the mountains when rainy". This special mountain area with wreathing cloud and mist all year long has the most cloud and mist in our province. It is said that "There exists best quality tea in the high mountain and heavy clouds". Ever since the ancient time, Kaihua has been the very place producing the high quality tea. In the fourth Chongzhen reign year in Ming Dynasty (A.D.1631), Kaihua Longding tea had been listed as the tea of tribute.

Anne Ji White Leaf/Grade 1-10

This is one kind of green tea and One of Zhejiang’s “Ten Famous Teas”! The spring tender shoot leaf is white, and from white gradually turn into white green, summer autumn tea become green. Its amino acid content higher than ordinary green tea for more than 2-3 times! You will enjoy the fragrance and color of the tea. Its clear and yellow sight and tenderand brisk taste.

Dongting Biluochun/Grade 1-10

Biluochun Tea is one of the ten most famous teas in China. It is locally known as "Fearful Incense" due to the strong aroma of the brew!

The technique for collecting tea leaves is very complex. Only the tender tip of the leaf is used for the tea making process. This part of the leaf should be no longer than one inch long and shaped like the tip of a spear. One tin of tea uses 60 thousand spears! It's no surprise then, that some of the finest Chinese teas are very expensive. The next step in the process is to repeatedly knead, rub and roll the leaves by hand. The Biluochun tea involves a particularly labor intensive process but the end result are leaves that are compact, tender and wonderfully fresh and aromatic.

Yellow Mountain Tea (Huang Shan Mao Feng )/Grade 1-10

Huang Shan Mao Feng Tea is one of the ten most famous teas in China.It's grown in the Yellow Mountain Range in the southern parts of Anhui Province at an elevation of 1,000 metres(3,000 ft.) and an average yearly temperature of 14 -17. It's plucked in the spring and consists of one leaf and one downy covered bud. "Mao Feng" means "Fur Peak" and refers to the silvery down, which covers each bud. The leaves produce a delicate green/yellow infusion. They offer a gentle, fresh, nutty, slightly hickory flavour, and a sweet lingering after taste. Good for multiple infusions. Lovers of this tea consider the first infusion the most fragrant, second the sweetest and third the strongest. An exquisite tea to be enjoyed alone or after a meal.

Liu’an Guapian/Grade 1-10

Liu’an Guapian Tea is one of the ten most famous teas in China. Liu’an Guapian is a band of famous tea with a long history, and it originates in places like Qiyun Mountain in Lu’an District, Anhui Province. It distinguishes itself among the other famous tea for the endemic species of local area, and the collecting technology and its processing arts and crafts, thus forming its unique style. It is the only kind of flat tea without stem in green teas, and its shape looks like the seed of melon, its color is verdure, its fragrance is thick and its taste is sweet. It can not only help to eliminate the hotness and satisfy the thirsty, but also the digestion. Consequently, it is regarded as a treasure.

Lapsang Souchong/Grade 1-10

This special type of black tea from the Fujian province of China comes this very distinctive tea with its exotic smoky flavor. After plucking, the leaves are withered over cypress or pine wood fires. After the rolling process, they are placed into wooden barrels until they begin to emit their own pleasant aroma. As a final step they are placed in bamboo baskets and hung on racks over smoky pine fires where they dry and absorb the essence of the smoke.

The finished tea leaves are thick and black and when steeped in hot water produce a bright reddish-orange cup of tea. The flavor is very assertive and appeals to those looking for a bold cup of tea. In recent years, Lapsang-Souchong has begun to grow in popularity and has become the favorite tea of many who also appreciate single-malt Scotch whisky and fine cigars. It was once known as a man's tea but more and more women are drinking it as well.

Our Lapsang-Souchong tastes particularly good with salty and spicy dishes and also with cheese. Many tea lovers report that they enjoy drinking it outdoors, especially after any intense activity. You may also wish to try adding a pinch of Lapsang-Souchong to a cup of English Breakfast blend to add a whole new layer of flavor notes to savor.

Keemun Black Tea/Grade 1-10

Keemun black tea is produced in Keemun county, Anhui province. The production of black tea in Keemun started from 1875. Keemun black tea win the praise of “one of the best three high aroma teas in the world” and “the queen of fragrance”.

known as the "Burgundy of Tea" due to its superb bouquet. It is mellower than the black teas of Assam and Ceylon, and has a lower caffeine content. It has an orchid-like aroma and naturally sweet, fruity palate.Finer breakfast blends often feature Keemun as a main ingredient due to its depth, pleasing rose like aroma, and excellent acceptance of both milk and sugar.

Mountain Lao Black Tea/Grade 1-10

Pick the superior Mt. Lao fresh tea leaves to become by the black tea production process processing. You will enjoy the fragrance and color of the tea. Its red and bright sight and mellow heavy taste.

Dian Hong/Grade 1-10

Dian hong is a Chinese black tea which is used as a relatively high end gourmet black tea and is sometimes used in various tea blends. The main difference between Dian hong and other Chinese black teas is the amount of fine leaf buds, or "golden tips," present in the dried tea. Finer Dian hong teas produces a brew that is brassy golden orange in colour with a sweet, gentle aroma and no astringency. Cheaper varieties of Dian hong produce a darker brownish brew that can be very bitter.

Ning Hong Gongfu black tea/Grade 1-10

Ning hong black tea is one of the earliest black tea in china, produced in Jingxi province. Gongfu black tea is a traditional product of China, especially famous for its delicacy in shape, color, fragrance and flavor.

Junshan Silver Needle/Grade 1-10

Junshan Silver Needle Tea is one of the ten most famous teas in China. Produced at Qingluo Island on Dongting Lake.

This Junshan "Yinzhen" leaf has very long silvery, downy tips. Most of the flowers have been removed. It has a wonderful bouquet, which shows repeated scenting, and produces a liquor that is truly delicious. It was said long ago there was an ancient king he once drunk the tea and feel refreshed and easy. Other official told him because of the special water and tea leaf. Then the king was so glad that he made it as royal tea.

Palace Pu Erh Cake Tea/Grade 1-10

many years pressed in Bamboo leaves/Grade 1-10

Da Hong Pao/Grade 1-10

Da Hong Pao Tea is one of the ten most famous teas in China. Among all Bohea teas, Da Hong Pao has the best reputation. Da Hong Pao is a myth of Chinese tea, since so many mythic stories about it but so rare it is--it's said only several liangs available each year. The "TRUE" Da Hong Pao is nearly impossible to gain. The original Dahongpao is made from the tea plants which grown in a cliff in wuyi mountain. The location of that cliff is named "Nine Drgaon Cave" . Throughout the year, the transudatory fountain from crevices between rocks nourish the four "Dahongpao" tea plants which survive after one thousand years. Dahongpao plants is the natural peerless production. Each liang of "TURE" Dahongpao is sold at thousands US dollars. The tightly twisted leaves of Dahongpao are greenish brown in color. The orange tea liquid come with strong floral fragrance. Even after nine infusions, the floral fragrance like sweet-scented osmanthus still remain. After tasting, the fragrance will last in your mouth for long time. The Dahongpao tea available in tea market is made from tea plants which cloned from the original "Dahongpao" plants in cliff.

Ti Kuan Yin Grade/Grade 1-10

Ti Kuan Yin tea is one of the ten most famous teas in China. which translated as "Iron Goddess of Mercy", is worldwide well-known Chinese Oolong tea. The dry tea leaves of Ti Kuan Yin is much heavier than other Chinese tea. In China, it is described by such words as "weigh like iron". The unique flavor of Ti Kuan Yin tea praised by Chinse tea farmers as the present bestowed by Kwan-yin ( Kwan-yin: A goddess in Chinese fairy tale). Hence, Ti Kuan Yin tea is so called. The original producing area of Ti Kuan Yin tea is Xiping village of Anxi county in Fujian province. Till now, the production of Ti Kuan Yin tea in Anxi has lasted more than 200 yeas. The appearance of Ti Kuan Yin tea is "dragonfly head, spiral body, frog leg, mogalsar geen leaf covered with white frost. heavy body". When steeping, Ti Kuan Yin tea is firstly tasted mellow with strong fragrance. After veral infusions, the Ti Kuan Yin's fragrance is still remain. At the same time, a sweet aftertaste quickly rise from the throat. Indeed, it's hard to correctly describe the Ti Kuan.

Yin's flavor. Right or wrong, Ti Kuan Yin's unique flavored is named as "Kuan Yin flavor". Also, Ti Kuan Yin tea wins the reputation fo " lingering fragrance remain after seven times infusions".

Dong-Ding Oolong Tea/Grade 1-10

Dong-Ding Oolong Tea is one of the ten most famous teas in China.from the Dongding region of Taiwan. It is grown at an altitude of over 4,000 feet. Highly aromatic, full-bodied with a lingering aftertaste.

Mount Lao Oolong Tea/Grade 1-10

Pick the superior Mt. Lao fresh tea leaves to become by the oolong tea production process processing. You will enjoy the fragrance and color of the tea. It has a superior fragrance, a lasting charm, a pure favor, and a sweet delicacy, and a peculiar “lingering charm” and a natural “fruit fragrance”.

Ginseng Oolong Tea/Grade 1-10

Ginseng Oolong tea has a sweet taste and aroma is very soothing on the throat. Perfect for cold dry winter days and nights.Detailed Product DescriptionThe tea has the rich smooth taste of oolong with a sweeter and longer lasting aftertaste than the traditional oolong tea. Ginseng replenishes your body with energy and Oolong tea has a rich taste with many health benefits of tea.Soothing and sweet, with cooling sensation in your mouth. Try this unique tea and taste why it is popular in southern Asia.

Milk oolong/Grade 1-10

Milk oolong has such a unique taste that many stories have evolved to explain its unusual flavor. The unique is the result of a sudden shift in temperature during harvest that is an extremely rare occurrence. One of the many legends of milk oolong explains that the first time this shift occurred was centuries ago when the moon fell in love with a comet passing through the night sky. The comet, passed by, burned out and vanished. The moon, in her sorrow caused a great wind to blow through the hills and valleys bringing about a quick drop in temperature. The next morning, local tea pluckers went out to collect their fresh leaves. To their surprise, when the tea was processed it had developed an amazing milky character, which was attributed to the motherly character of the old moon.

Phoenix single bush-Grade 1-10

Phoenix single bush come from GuangDong Cao'an district's Phoenix Mountains.The outstanding single bush with idiosyncracy in the Phoenix Narcissus variety colony is selected and plucked to produce Phoenix single bush. According to the various nuances in taste and fragrance, Phoenix single bush can be further categorized into more than 80 varieties, such as "Huang Zhi Xiang","Rou Gui Xiang", "Xing Ren Xiang" etc.

Long,twisted leaves show with yellow auburn color. When infused, the gentle natural floral aroma and mellow, brisk taste will farthest satisfy your palate and nose. Phoenix single bush is definitely differentiated from other Single bush Oolongs by its special "mountain rhythm". The liquor of the cup is clear like tea oil.The tealeaves after infusion are green with red edge.

Oriental Beauty Oolong/Grade 1-10

Oriental Beauty Oolong This sweet brown Taiwanese oolong has a pronounced honey aroma and notes of spice. This tea has the complexities of an oolong in taste and aroma, but the appearance and strength of a black tea. Originally devised to compete with the popular Darjeeling teas from India, Oriental Beauty was promoted heavily in Europe and the US before World War II. this sweet brown oolong has a pronounced honey aroma and a rich flavor with notes of spice.

Jasmine White Dragon Pearl/Grade 1-10

White Dragon Pearl is one of the highest quality teas. White Dragon Pearl, Phoenix Eye, and Silver Tip Needle come from the same plant “Fuding Da Bai Cha" or "Fuding Da Bai Hao”. The buds are tightly rolled into a pearl shape with white hairy tips densely mantling on the surface, hence the tea named white dragon pearl. White Dragon Pearl has a smooth gentle flavor that is comfortable on a cool night or refreshing on a warm afternoon. Either way it will always leave you yearning for more.

Jasmine Silver Needle/Grade 1-10

Jasmine Silver Needle is one of the highest quality teas. This white tea with a white downy appearance and jasmine fragrance comes from Fujian province. The Silver Needle, highest quality white tea, is picked during the spring before the buds open to preserve its tenderness. Exquisite and delicate, Silver Needle has a fresh, floral fragrance and produces a pale yellow brew. Brewing with a Yixing teapot can best show the aroma of Silver Needle. This tea has high concentrations of polyphenols (antioxidants that help fight against cancer-causing radicals and heart disease).

Mountain Lao scented tea/Grade 1-10

it is made by selecting the high quality Mt. Laoshan green tea leaves, matcheing with the high quality jasmine, scenting but become to Jasmine scented green tea . You will enjoy the fragrance and color of the tea. Its clear and yellow sight and tenderand brisk taste.

Flower Among the Tea

“Flower Among the Tea” is produced in Anhui Province. An outer layer of Silver Needles white tea is wrapped and tied around a lotus blossom. A tiny piece of stem is attached to the end of the string, so that the blossom will stay upright and floating when steeped. During the initial steeping phase the leaves slowly open, displaying a beautiful blossom inside. The gradual opening of the leaves reminds one of time-lapse photography as tiny bubbles slowly rise to the surface and the leaves unfurl to reveal the blossom.

Steeping Directions: Best to use a 10-12oz water glass, glass teapot or a “gaiwan” (covered teacups), which allow you to steep, brew and enjoy the appearance of the tea in one vessel. Water temperature can be higher (180F) for the first steeping, in order for the tea to fully open. Lower temperatures should be used for subsequent steepings. Most display teas require about 5 minutes to fully open and can be re-steeped several times, even over several hours or throughout the day.

There are about 130-150 pieces per KG.


Golden camellia

Golden camellia :belongs to golden camellia group of camellia genus, one of the rarest worldwide flowers in the world. Golden camellia is not only rare and precious but also good for human body health, and it has been proved to have medicinal and health care functions that other plants do not have. Golden camellia has the following benefits: Cholesterol reducing, reducing blood fat, depressing blood pressure, retarding aging etc. There are Loose Leaf Tea, Cake Tea, Big Flower Tea, Small Flower Tea.

Ku Ding Tea/Grade 1-10

Ku Ding Tea: Ku Ding Tea: English name is Bitter tea or Broadleaf Holly Leaf.It contains Flavone, amino-acid, Vc and other more than 200 kinds of health elements. tastes bitter, reduce the fat and prevent the cancer. 

Wild Small Leaves Ku Ding Tea/Grade 1-10

Wild Small Leaves Ku Ding Tea: English name is Colyx Tea or Green Mountains and Rivers. It is refreshing and can be used to dispel the heat, get rid of the poison of one’s body.Its Se content is more than 20 times higher than green tea. And Zn content is more than 2 times higher.

Five leaf Gynostemma/Grade 1-10

Jiao gu lan: English name is Five leaf Gynostemma Herb. This is a rare species of chinese traditional medicine.?Contains Jiaogulan extract, amino-acid, Vitamin b, b12, Vc, Ve, K, Ca, carotene and other health elements. It having a slightly sweet taste.

Eucommia Bark/Grade 1-10

Du Zhong: English name is Eucommia Bark. This is a rare species of chinese traditional medicine.?Protect the Kidney, Improve the functions of ones sex, keep you pregnant.

Mountain Lao shizhu tea(english name is Dianthus)

Mountain Lao shizhu tea: English name is Dianthus. This is a rare species of chinese traditional medicine.Collecting dianthus that grow wild or has escaped from cultivation in mountain Lao, steaming and stir fixation, become to dianthus tea. You will enjoy the fragrance and color of the tea. Its clean and green sight and heavy flavour taste. It’s only growing in a place that bathed in sunlight. There is a rumour that dianthus can make a male more healthy.

Mountain Lao Yuzhu tea(english name is Polygonatum)

Mountain Lao Yuzhu tea: English name is Polygonatum. This is a rare species of chinese traditional medicine. Collecting polygonatum that grow wild or has escaped from cultivation in mountain Lao, steaming and sunning, become to polygonatum tea. It’s only growing in a place without sunlight. There is a rumour that polygonatum can make a female more healthy.

Mountain Lao Sour Jujube tea

This product is meticulously extracted from fresh leaves of Sour Jujube tree in mountain Lao, You will enjoy the fragrance and color of the tea, its clear and bright sight and mellow taste. And it’s conduces to good health.

Peony Tea

The peony of the Tang Dynasty is praised as the queen of all flowers, with its wonder exclusive to the upper class. According to Shen Nong’s Herbal Classic, the peony flower possesses the function of clearing heat, cooling blood, invigorating blood circulation, eliminating stasis, anti-bacteria, diminishing inflammation, relieving pain, tranquilizing, bringing the high blood pressure down, anti-convulsion, relaxing the muscles and bones, clearing rheumatism, etc. In the imperial court, the court physicians used the peony flower to treat gynecological, seasonal febrile and venereal disease. The therapies are exclusively available to the imperial court.

Besides the imperial court mentioned above, the Empress Peony Tea has wonderful effects of curing diseases and improving one’s looks. It is also a wonderful daily drink of the Empress who never lived through a day without drinking it.

Chrysanthemum Flower Tea

Chinese teas are made from a variety of plants for a variety of reasons. Chrysanthemum flower tea is one very common type. Drunk with meals it helps to aid digestion, especially of greasy foods. It is also commonly taken to help strengthen the lungs and relieve head congestion. When made from fresh flowers, the flowers can be applied to the eyes to relieve dryness and itching. In China, chrysanthemum tea is now being recommended for office workers exposed to Video Display Terminals (VDTs).

Chrysanthemum flowers (Chrysanthemum morifolii), known as Ju Hua, have been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for centuries. They are found in many ancient formulas. But simple chrysanthemum flower tea is also a very common beverage in China, as the Chinese take into account the health benefits of the food and drink they consume. Ju Hua is classified as a cool, acrid herb which is good for relieving heat of the upper body-i.e. head and chest, being especially helpful for red, itchy eyes. It enters the Lung Meridian.

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