Types of Tea

Cha gao translates to "tea paste", but it's actually a dried and compressed tea extract. The basic process involves boiling tea into a condensed liquid, ...

Despite a growing number of enthusiasts, puer tea is not yet a common find in the West. It is, however, a very popular tea in some regions of China and other ...

Ostfriesentee is the name of a strong tea mixture from East Frisia, which is now a part of modern-day Germany. It consists of up to ten or twenty different ...

Kamairicha (釜炒り茶) is a Japanese green tea with unique attributes.Although this type of tea originated from China, it is a specialty of Kyushu, Japan....

Asatsuyu is Japanese tea cultivar which is primarily used to produce sencha and gyokuro green tea.It was first registered in 1953 and was one of the first ...

Mo Li Hua translates to 'Jasmine Flower' and refers to a Chinese green tea, which is scented heavily with fresh jasmine flowers. The jasmine flowers are ...

Hui Ming (惠明) is a green tea from Jingning county, Zhejiang province, China.In ancient China, Hui Ming was considered a 'white tea'.It is said that ...

Gui Hua Xiang is a type of Dan Cong oolong tea from the Pheonix mountains.The name translates to 'osmanthus fragrance' and describes the typical flavor of ...

Lan Gui Ren is an oolong tea from the southwestern region of Yunnan, China.The name Lan Gui Ren translates to 'Lady Orchid'.It's a compressed oolong ...

Fo Shou (佛手) is an oolong tea from Yongchun, Fujian, Wuyishan, China.Fo Shou translates to 'Buddha's Hand'. The tea is named after a citrus fruit with ...

Kai Hua Long Ding (开化龙顶茶) is a green tea from Kaihua County, Zhejiang province, China.Alternate NamesKai Hua CrescendoKai Hua Dragon's Pick...

Kageboshi bancha (陰干し番茶) is a shade-dried bancha produced in the Fikui, Gifu, and Shimane prefectures of Japan.This tea is usually produced using ancient ...

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