White Tea

Chinese white tea is minimally processed, it helps to preserve the natural flavors and aroma, and it is generally less pronounced than other types of tea. White tea is rich in antioxidants and a low caffeine content, it has a number of health benefits, there is a saying that

"(White tea of) one year is tea, three years is medicine, seven years is treasure". 

Green Tea

Green tea is a kind of un-oxidized tea. Chinese green tea often has a fresh, grassy flavor, with a hint of sweetness. They are generally light in body and refreshing to drink, making them a popular choice for hot weather.

Oolong Tea

Oolong tea is a semi-oxidized traditional Chinese tea that falls between green and black tea, its oxidation level ranges from 15% to 70%. The producing process is very complex. Oolong tea is famous for its rich flavor of flower and fruit, and taste of sweet liquor.

Black Tea

Chinese black tea, also known as red tea in China, is fully oxidized tea, resulting in a rich and robust flavor profile. The aroma can range from floral to smoky, depending on the variety. Black tea is often enjoyed plain, but it can also be enhanced with milk and sugar or served iced.

Dark Tea/Pu Erh

PuErh tea is an post-fermented tea, which are first withered and then fermented using a process that is unique to Pu-erh tea. Pu-erh tea is a huge family, but can be found in two main types: "raw" and "ripe". Raw Pu-erh tea is made by allowing the leaves to ferment naturally over time, while ripe Pu-erh tea is fermented using an accelerated process that takes only a few months. Pu-erh tea is often sold in compressed cakes or bricks, which are aged for several years to develop a richer flavor.
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