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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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Chrysanthemum

Chrysanthemum has a history of more than 2.000 years in China and can be divided into Gongju, Hangbaiju, white...

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Mint

Mint, also known as mint leaf, tastes cool and refreshing. It can help alleviate headache, cure cold, stop itching,...

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Sweet Osmanthus Milk Tea

Preparation: 3g dry sweet osmanthus, sugar, and milk. 3g C.T.C. black tea fannings Brewing: Make the sweet osmanthus...

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Sweet osmanthus icy tea

Preparation: 3-5g dry osmanthus, sugar or honey and ice cube Brewing: In a cup or pot, put the osmanthus into the...

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Sweet Osmanthus Tea

Sweet osmanthus, or Dangui, Yingui. Sijigui and Yangui in Chinese, has a strong fragrance and can be used to brew...

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Flower And Grass Tea

In the western countries, flower tea is as popular as basic tea in China. Flower tea is easy to get and make, without...

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Instant Tea

Instant tea, also known as extracted tea was first produced in China in the 1970s. Instant tea is made from the...

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Tea Bag

Tea bags can be divided into the single bag and double-bag variety if classified according to appearance. Classified...

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Pressed Tea

The pressed tea, or compacted tea. is made from bulk tea after being pressed into different shapes. It can be divided...

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Molded Scented Tea

The molded scented tea is different from the fumigated tea. Dry flowers and tea leaves are mixed and molded into...

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