Types of Tea

Shui Xian (水仙) is an oolong tea from the Wuyi Mountain region of China.The name translates to both 'narcissus' and 'water sprite'.This tea varietal is ...

Meng Ding Que She (蒙頂雀舌) is a green tea from Sichuan, China.This tea is grown cultivated on and around the Meng Shan Mountain.This tea is also known ...

Bai Lin Gong Fu is a black tea from Fujian, China.It is made from the Da Bai tea varietal.

Que She (雀舌) is a unique Wuyi Shan oolong tea.The name translates to 'Sparrow's Tongue'.This tea varietal is an evolution of the famous Da Hong Pao ...

Da Wu Ye (大烏葉) is a Dan Cong oolong tea from Feng Huang County, China.This type of tea has large, dark leaves, hence the name 'Da Wu Ye', which translates ...

Saeakari is a tea cultivar which was developed in 1997.The name is said to imply that the cultivar will grow good quality tea even during the harsh ...

Jin Fo (金佛) is a new Wuyi oolong tea cultivar developed in 2002 at the Wuyi Shan Tea Researching Center in the Fujian province of China.The name ...

Beigang Mao Jian (北港毛尖) is a yellow tea which originates from the Hunan province of China.Traditionally, Beigang Mao Jian is produed in the Beigang ...

Bu Zhi Chun (不知春), literally: "Knows not of Spring") is an oolong tea which originates from the Wuyi, China.One of the unique aspects of this tea is that ...

Ban Tian Yao (半天腰) is an oolong tea from Wuyi, China.The name Ban Tian Yao loosely translates to 'Waist Halfway to the Sky'.This name was given to it ...

The Shidaye tea cultivar is a large-leaf tea varietal native to the Huangshan Mountains in Anhui Province, China.It is used to produce some very popular ...

Benifuji is a tea cultivar from Kanaya, Japan, which is typically produced into a black tea.It is a cross between Assam and a Chinese tea cultivar....

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