1. Da Hong Pao, Roasted Oolong Tea

    Da Hong Pao literally means big red robe, is a type of medium roasted oolong tea from Wuyi mountain, it is of the best quality in Wuyi Rock Tea and honored as “king of Wuyi tea”.

    Chinese special tea is grown in the Wuyi Mountains. The most outstanding quality is the aroma of orchids, high fragrance, and long-lasting.

    Due to its high quality, Da Hong Pao tea is usually reserved for honored guests in China.

    About Legend of Da Hong Pao Tea:

    According to legend, the mother of a Ming dynasty emperor was cured of an illness by a certain tea, and that emperor sent great red robes to clothe the four bushes from which that batch of tea originated. Six of the original bushes, growing on a rock on

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  2. Laoshan Black Tea, A Rare Sea Coast Black tea

    Laoshan black tea is a kind of tea produced in high mountains, which is fermented by laoshan spring tea. The the dry leaf of laoshan balck tea is small, spindly and has a brown-black shiny look to it. The taste of Laoshan black tea is amazingly sweet with hint of caramel aroma.


    Laoshan black tea has not a long history, its grown environment is the most north part in China for growing tea. In the winter of 1957, the garden management office of Qingdao city began the experiment of tea seedling transplantation. Once it was only the development of Laoshan Green Tea. After the year 2000, Laoshan Black Tea began its production, the unique aroma and flavor made it become popular soon in China.

    Laoshan Black Tea Benefits:

    Laoshan black tea comes from ecological tea garden of Laoshan Mountain area in Qingdao, Shandong Province. Its ecological grown environment gives

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  3. The Ancestor of Black Tea- Lapsang Souchong

    Lapsang Souchong is the ancestor of black tea.With the advent of the great nautical era in the 17th century, Lapsang Souchong was taken to Europe and quickly established itself among the royal family and nobles, becoming an out-and-out luxury.

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