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The cool or warm nature of tea

Cool or warm nature of tea

There are many reasons for choosing when to drink which tea. In this post, we introduce the concept of the cool or warm nature of tea. Far from seeing it as an absolute rule, we suggest it is an interesting criteria to consider. Depending on how your body feels and on the outside temperature, it can make your tea experience even more enjoyable.

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Mengding Ganlu: “Mengding Sweet Dew”

Mengding Ganlu

Mengding Ganlu (蒙顶甘露) is a famous green tea variety produced on and around Mengding Mountain in Sichuan Province. It is a pan-roasted green tea. Its name means “Mengding Sweet Dew”. It is considered one of China’s ten most famous teas.

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Spring tea (Why is it the better tea?)

Spring Tea

“Spring tea” (春茶) is a term, which is unavoidable to tea enthusiasts. It is a synonym for superior quality. In this post we explain why, especially for green tea, products made with leaves picked during spring are considered the best. We also answer the question, whether it should best be consumed immediately. But first we have to give you a definition:

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Yongchuan Xiuya: “Yongchuan Elegant Buds”

Yongchuan Xiuya

Yongchuan Xiuya (永川秀芽) is a green tea variety from Yongchuan District in Chongqing City. The name of the tea means “Yongchuan Elegant Buds”. It belongs to the pan-roasted sort of green teas. It is one of the most famous green tea from Chongqing.

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