Tea Savoring Time


  • Gongfu Tea
    Gongfu Tea is not a name for tea or a certain tea category, but a method of tea making. It is so called because the way of tea brewing is very particular and somewhat painstaking. The Gongfu here means the knowledge of tea making and tasting.As a local...
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  • Phoenix Tea
     The phoenix tea comes from the Mount Phoenix region in Chaozhou. The tea water assumes brownish color, with tealeaves thick and compact in strips. It generally offers around 20 times of infusion with great taste. Among it, the phoenix single-cluster tea...
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  • Wuyi Rock-essence Tea
     Wuyi rock-essence tea, a famous kind of oolong in China, grows in the Wuyi Mountain of Fujian Province. The tea gets its name for that the tea plants grow on the rocks of the Wuyi Mountain. Since the Tang Dynasty, tea leaves of Wuyi Mountain became a...
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  • Anxi Tikuanyin
     Tikuanyin” is a famous species of tea trees, with the leaves being common raw material for Oolong. As a place of origin of Tikuanyin, Anxi region in China is also the main production region of Tikuanyin. The leaves are low-yield owning to delicate...
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  • Moganshan tea
    A woman holds tea leaves at a tea plantation in Moganshan, Zhejiang province. China is the world's largest tea producing country with an output of 1.4 million tonnes and a 33 percent share of the world's total. Moganshan's tea is among the most famous and...
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  • Spreading the joys of tea culture
     Members of a delegation from the Wine Museum of Valais in Switzerland taste green tea at the Encounter in Spring event at the China Tea Museum in Hangzhou last weekend. Foreign guests picked tea leaves, attended a tea ceremony and enjoyed tea while...
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  • Four kinds of porcelain tea sets in China
    There are many kinds of porcelain tea sets in China. The main four include celadon, white, black and colorful porcelain tea sets. In the photo are white porcelain tea sets. There are many kinds of porcelain tea sets in China. The main four include...
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  • Tea culture travel in Yanhe Village
    Crops in the fields turn golden during the harvest autumn season. It was only about four years ago that Yanhe Village in Hubei Province was an anonymous small hamlet dozens of miles from the highway leading to Wudang Mountain, the cradle of Chinese Daoism....
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  • Persimmon Leaf Tea
    China is a tea-rich country. Records began as early as the 6th century spread to North Korea from China, Japan, Russia, Europe and all over the world. Throughout the centuries, the Chinese has accumulated a large collection of Chinese tea. The health benefits...
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  • Hong Kong tea culture
     The tea-drinking habits of Hong Kong residents derive from Chinese tea culture. After more than 150 years of British rule, however, they have changed somewhat to become unique in the world. This uniqueness is not only in terms of the tea itself, but...
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