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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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  • Scented Tea

    31 August 2012 ( #Ming Dynasty, #Qing Dynasty, #Song Dynasty )

    Scented tea, also known as the fumigated tea, or fragrant floral 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. History has recorded the adding...

  • Fumigated Tea

    07 September 2012 ( #China )

    Fumigated tea has always been a favorite drink of the Chinese, especially those in north China who favored jasmine tea in particular. The quality of the fumigated tea is subject to the quality of the basic tea, flower and the fumigation process. The fumigation...

  • Pressed Tea

    09 September 2012 ( #Narcissus Tea Cake )

    The pressed tea, or compacted tea. is made from bulk tea after being pressed into different shapes. It can be divided into pressed green tea, such as the bamboo tube tea produced in Yunnan; pressed black tea, e.g.. Mizhuan tea produced in Hubei; pressed...

  • Instant Tea

    09 September 2012 ( #China )

    Instant tea, also known as extracted tea was first produced in China in the 1970s. Instant tea is made from the concentrated soluble tea substances dried into grain or powder. Instant tea leaves no dregs and can be made with cool water too. The flavor...

  • Flower And Grass Tea

    09 September 2012 ( #China )

    In the western countries, flower tea is as popular as basic tea in China. Flower tea is easy to get and make, without caffeine but with the fragrance of a flower or plant. It can help you relax. It has become a trendy health drink. There are many flowers...

  • Sweet Osmanthus Milk Tea

    11 September 2012 ( #Brewing Make )

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

  • Chrysanthemum

    11 September 2012 ( #China )

    Chrysanthemum has a history of more than 2.000 years in China and can be divided into Gongju, Hangbaiju, white chrysanthemum and yellow chrysanthemum. It is mainly produced in Anhui and Zhejiang and the neighboring areas. The chrysanthemum, slightly cool...

  • Chrysanthemum Pu-erh Tea

    12 September 2012 ( #Brewing Add )

    Preparation: Pu-erh tea (ripened tea), 3-5 pieces of chrysanthemum. Brewing: Add boiling water to the Pu-erh tea and chrysanthemum in small teapots. Or put the chrysanthemum directly into a cup and add the Pu-erh tea liquid. Enjoy the elegant aging flavor...

  • Fruit Tea

    14 September 2012 ( #Blue Danube, #Europe )

    Fresh fruit or dry fruit can be made into a drink after being boiled separately or together. Made with fresh fruit or dry and refined natural fruit, the fruit tea has a sweet flavor with the slightly acidic and strong fragrance of the fruit and flower....

  • Herbal Tea

    13 September 2012

    Herbal tea is made from herbal medicines to help to cure diseases. Some compound herbal tea may contain animal organs or minerals. Today, herbal tea is widely used as remedies-the cooling herbal tea, weight-losing tea, stomach- strengthening tea and the...

  • Roselle

    12 September 2012

    Roselle, also called luoshenhua in Chinese, has an acid flavor. It can help cool the blood and relieve the summer heat. It helps blood circulation, removes halitosis and clears the skin. Take 2-3 petals of roselle and pour boiling water into the teapot,...

  • Juemingzi tea

    13 September 2012

    Juemingzi looks like the mung bean and so is named the fake mung bean. It is slightly cold, tastes sweet with a tinge of bitterness. It can help strengthen the stomach, reduce greasiness, smooth the intestines and alleviate chronic constipation. Juemingzi...

  • Medlar tea

    13 September 2012

    The medlar tastes sweet, has mild properties, and is a traditional Chinese medicine. It helps nourish the blood, fortify the kidney, stimulate the appetite and enhance immunity. It can be used for making wine or dishes. Medlar tea 5-8g medlar, brew in...

  • Sweet Osmanthus Black Tea

    08 September 2012

    The sweet osmanthus black tea is made from the C.T.C. farmings tea The osmanthus flowers are not picked out. The dried flowers are in the ready black tea.

  • Buckwheat Tea

    15 September 2012

    The buckwheat tea has cold properties and is bitter in taste, but rich in rutoside. It can help improve the microcirculation, lower the blood sugar and the Wood pressure, and improve the immunity of the human body. It can be brewed in boiling water or...

  • Mung Bean Tea

    14 September 2012

    The mung bean has cooling properties. It helps detoxify the body and relieve the summer heat. It is often used for making conjee or cake, and also as a hot or cold drink.

  • Sterculia lychnophora

    14 September 2012

    Sterculia lychnophora inflates after absorbing water. It tastes sweet and is beneficial for the throat, cough and lung. Sterculia lychnophora is often used together with liquorice to make a drink. Sterculia lychnophora tea 1-2 pieces of sterculia lychnophora,...

  • Mint

    11 September 2012

    Mint, also known as mint leaf, tastes cool and refreshing. It can help alleviate headache, cure cold, stop itching, detoxify and remove halitosis. Together with tea, it tastes better. Mint tea Preparation: 2-3g dry mint leaves, honey or sugar. Brewing:...

  • Sweet osmanthus icy tea

    10 September 2012

    Preparation: 3-5g dry osmanthus, sugar or honey and ice cube Brewing: In a cup or pot, put the osmanthus into the container and add boiled water, keep for 3-5 minutes and then add sugar or honey, and the icecube.

  • Bitan Piaoxue

    07 September 2012

    Bitan Piaoxue produced in Sichuan is the best from a tender basic tea, compact and curved in shape and a small quantity of dry jasmine. This kind of tea. yellowish-green, has a lasting flavor and the brewed leaves are tender and even.

  • Jasmine Longzhu Tea

    07 September 2012 ( #Jasmine Longzhu Tea )

    The ball-shaped fuzzy Jasmine Longzhu Tea is strong with the Longzhu flavor overshadowing that of the Yinzhen tea.

  • Jasmine Yinzhen Tea

    07 September 2012

    The best basic tea is the Yinzhen tea produced in Fujian. It is needle- shaped with silvery fuzz and has a fresh and strong flavor. The brewed leaves are even.

  • Tea Bag

    09 September 2012

    Tea bags can be divided into the single bag and double-bag variety if classified according to appearance. Classified by the tea in the bag, it can be divided into the green tea bag, black tea bag, blue tea bag and healthy tea. They are convenient to carry...

  • Rose Tea

    12 September 2012

    Rose, also called feihong in Chinese, has a strong fragrance. It is mild and tastes a little bitter. It helps blood circulation, tones the blood, relieves menstrual discomfort and makes the skin radiant.

  • Molded Scented Tea

    09 September 2012

    The molded scented tea is different from the fumigated tea. Dry flowers and tea leaves are mixed and molded into various shapes for ornamental purposes. The flavor and taste is inferior to the fumigated tea.

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