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Intorduction To Scented Tea

Intorduction To Scented Tea

Scented tea, also known as the fumigated tea, or fragrant flower tea. The basic tea is fumigated with flowers to extract its essence. Scented tea is mainly produced in Fujian, Guangxi, Yunnan, Sichuan and Zhejiang provinces.

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Buckwheat Tea

The buckwheat tea has cold properties and is bitter in taste, but rich in rutoside. It can help improve the microcirculation,...

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Mung Bean Tea

The mung bean has cooling properties. It helps detoxify the body and relieve the summer heat. It is often used...

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Fruit Tea

Fresh fruit or dry fruit can be made into a drink after being boiled separately or together. Made with fresh fruit...

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Sterculia lychnophora

Sterculia lychnophora inflates after absorbing water. It tastes sweet and is beneficial for the throat, cough and...

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Juemingzi tea

Juemingzi looks like the mung bean and so is named the fake mung bean. It is slightly cold, tastes sweet with a...

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Medlar tea

The medlar tastes sweet, has mild properties, and is a traditional Chinese medicine. It helps nourish the blood,...

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Herbal Tea

Herbal tea is made from herbal medicines to help to cure diseases. Some compound herbal tea may contain animal...

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Roselle

Roselle, also called luoshenhua in Chinese, has an acid flavor. It can help cool the blood and relieve the summer...

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Rose Tea

Rose, also called feihong in Chinese, has a strong fragrance. It is mild and tastes a little bitter. It helps blood...

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Chrysanthemum Pu-erh Tea

Preparation: Pu-erh tea (ripened tea), 3-5 pieces of chrysanthemum. Brewing: Add boiling water to the Pu-erh tea...

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