Green Tea

Green tea is the healthiest beverage on the planet. It is loaded with antioxidants and nutrients that have powerful effects on the body. This includes improved brain function, fat loss, a lower risk of cancer and many other incredible benefits....

Green tea is the healthiest beverage on the planet...

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Not many people in China have heard of Zhu Ye Qing in the past but it’s now one of the most popular teas in the country due to TV advertisements and more so because of its exceptional quality. The advertisements appropriately carry the slogan "Ping Chang Xin" which means "Relaxing Heart" as the refreshing and soothing aroma of this tea is sure to relax your body and mind. This tea won the first prize in the 6th "China Tea Cup" Well-Known and High-Quality Tea Appraisal by China Tea Science Society in Jul 2005. The name Zhu Ye Qing was given by the Foreign Minister Chen Yi in 1964 when he first tasted this tea in the Temple of Ten Thousand Years in Mount Emei. It means "Green Bamboo Leaf", a tribute to the tea's clear liquor and full of life green tea leaves that seemingly dance in the water when infused. A tea not to be missed. Learn more
1 gm per 50 ml
 
The most flavorful and fragrant of all Chinese green teas. Xin Yang Mao Jian’s small, roundish leaves with fine, white hairs transform into a fierce green color when brewed. This in turn produces liquor that takes you away to a soothing, revitalizing world after a long day. Vigorous flavor, long lasting fragrance and a refreshing taste make this another tea that should be on your list of teas to not miss. Learn more
1-1.5 gm per 50 ml
 
The monkey picked tea (Tai Ping Hou Kui in Mandarin) is one of China's Ten Famous teas. This tea has won many awards, the most recently winning the "King of Tea" award in China’s Tea Exhibition 2004. Tai Ping Hou Kui is from Hou Keng village, located in Tai Ping county. Hou Keng village is where the highest grade of Hou Kui is produced. Tai Ping Hou Kui has reached such a level of popularity that in 2007, Chinese president Hu Jintao presented this tea as a gift to President Vladimir Putin.  Learn more
1 gm per 50 ml
 
The West Lake dragon welll, widely known as Longjing, tea is considered to be the most famous green tea from China. This artisanal tea is handpicked and pan-fired by skilled tea masters, resulting in a toasty taste and perfectly flattened shape. Beautifully smooth and refreshing. With a slightly sweet, delicate orchid like aroma , it combines a great tasting tea with great health benefits. Learn more
1-1.5 gm per 50 ml
 
A legendary favorite tea of emperors and dignitaries including the empress Dowager Cixi and American politician Henry Kissinger. Liu An Melon Seed is known for its unique shape and taste. Single leaves, carefully cut to equal size, are pan-fired over low heat, shaping the leaves into a beautiful melon-seed shape and creating a tea with bright green leaves and a refreshing, crisp flavor. Also interesting to note, Lu An Gua Pian tea was the winner of the China Tea Award in 1982 and China Food and Drink Award in 1988 for its superior refreshing taste and quality. Lu An Gua Pian is said to be able to help improve vision and relieve sleep disorder. Learn more
1-1.5 gm per 50 ml
 
There's an old Chinese saying "famous mountains produce famous tea". Huang Shan is one of China's famous mountains. Their Mao Feng is certainly one of the best green teas available. This tea is one of China's Ten Famous teas. Foreign visitors are even served Huang Shan Mao Feng by the Chinese Foreign Affairs office. Considered a national treasure by many, Huang Shan Mao Feng is famous for its needle-like shape and small white hairs. The English have given it the name “Huang Mountain Fur Peak”, due to its resemblance to Huang Shan (Yellow Mountain).  Refreshing and delicious with a taste of floral sweetness, this tea is truly a joy for the tea lover. Learn more
1 gm per 50 ml
 
Reserved for the imperial families since the Song Dynasty in 960 AD. All the appeal and flavor of green tea and enhanced by the aroma of jasmine flowers, Emporial Jasmine Green Tea has a subtly sweet taste and blooming fragrance. Light, soft, and perfumy with a delicate mouthfeel. Learn more
1 gm per 60 ml
 
A well-known Chinese green tea from Zhejiang Province. Its leaves are hand-rolled into small pellets that bear a strong resemblance to gunpowder of the 18th century, giving this tea its distinctive name. Perfect for blending with mint leaves to create a famous cup of “Moroccan Mint” tea. Learn more
1 gm per 60 ml
 
Hand-rolled jasmine tea made from the most tender tea leaves and best Fujian jasmines. Young green tea leaves are scented 3-4 times with a summery scent of fresh jasmine. When added to hot water, the pearls majestically unfold, filling the room with sweet jasmine scent and flavor.  Three leaves are hand rolled into pearls that slowly unfold the rich and sweet floral flavor. This tea is a perfect mixture of fragrance and sweetness. Learn more
1 gm per 60 ml
 
Aromatic, smooth and mellow. Found on virtually every list of the Ten Most Famous Chinese Teas, Bi Luo Chun green tea is renowned for its fruity taste and lasting floral aroma. Its name, literally meaning “blue snail spring,” was inspired by its delicate spiral shape that resembles a snail house. Bi Luo Chun tea was created in Ling Yuan Temple of Bi Luo Peak, Dong Shan and was originally called Xia Si Ren Xiang, which generally means "astounding fragrance". It was the Qing Emperor that gave it its name, Bi Luo Chun (named after Bi Luo Peak) and declared it as an Imperial tea. Learn more
1.5-2 gm per 50 ml