Types of Tea

Harumidori is a tea cultivar which was developed at the Makurazaki Station of the National Institute of Vegetable and Tea Science.It was registered as Cha ...

Tai Ping Hou Kui (太平猴魁) is a variety of green tea grown near Huang Shan around the village of Hou Keng, Taping County, Anhui, China.It is considered one ...

Qing Xin (青心) is a tea cultivar most commonly processed into oolong tea.It is grown primarily in Taiwan, although it is sometimes grown in Thailand, ...

Huoshan Huangya tea (霍山黄芽, Huò Shān Huáng Yá) is a yellow tea which originates from the Houshan County of Anhui Province, China.According to The Classic ...

When translated into English, Hei Cha literally means 'black tea', although most people in Western cultures would refer to Hei Cha as a 'dark tea'.

Shou mei is a common white tea which is produced from naturally withered leaves and tips.

Uji Hikari is an unregistered tea cultivar from Uji, Japan which is commonly use to produce gyokuro and matcha tea.It is a fairly uncommon varietal on the ...

What is Mecha Green Tea?Mecha is a Japanese green tea made from the buds of gyokuro or shaded sencha plants.Even though it is made from such popular ...

Tencha is a variety of shaded Japanese green tea which is often used to make matcha powder.

Shi Liang Cha is a special type of dark tea from the Anhua county of Hunan province in China.This type of tea is pressed into long cylinders, from which ...

Jin Guan Yin is recently developed oolong tea from Anxi County, Quanzhou, Fujian, China.It is made by grafting Tie Guan Yin plants onto Huang Jin Gui ...

Mao Feng is one of the many famous teas of China. It is a green tea originating from the Huangshan (yellow mountain) region of Anhui, China.

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