The way of drinking tea - Oolong tea

By Emma Chang | 21 February 2019 | 0 Comments
Oolong tea is a semi-fermented tea, mainly produced in Fujian and Guangdong. Oolong tea has both the freshness of green tea, the sweetness and mellow of black tea, and the aroma fragrance of flower tea.
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The way of drinking tea - Black tea

By Emma Chang | 14 February 2019 | 0 Comments
Black tea is a full fermented tea. The dry tea color is black and bright. The soup is red and clear. The taste is mellow and sweet.
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The way of drinking tea - Yellow tea & White tea

By Emma Chang | 13 February 2019 | 0 Comments
Yellow tea and white tea are one of the six major tea categories. The processing procedure is relatively simple, the taste of tea is relatively elegant, and the production volume is much less than that of the other four teas.
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The way of drinking tea - Green tea

By Emma Chang | 12 February 2019 | 0 Comments
Green tea is the most widely distributed tea in China, with the largest total yield, the most varieties and the most abundant morphological characteristics.
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Tea brewing procedures

By Emma Chang | 31 January 2019 | 0 Comments
Tea brewing procedures are simple and complex, depending on the specific circumstances, combined with the characteristics of the tea. In other places, due to different tea drinking habits and local customs, there are some differences in brewing procedures.
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Elements of tea brewing skills

By Emma Chang | 11 January 2019 | 0 Comments
Although there are many factors affecting the brewing of a pot of tea, in addition to the technical factors such as the amount of tea, the temperature of water, and the infusing time, the tea brewing concept and the tea brewing program are also important.
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Tea brewing method

By Emma Chang | 08 January 2019 | 0 Comments
For the brewing of tea, it is necessary to prepare tea sets, tea and water, and drink it after brew by boiling water. However, it is not easy to brew the tea's inherent color, aroma and taste.
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Effect of brewing tea on the quality of water

By Emma Chang | 07 January 2019 | 0 Comments
Modern scientific research has confirmed that due to the difference in water quality of tea, the quality of tea soup is greatly affected, which is caused by various minerals in the water and their different qualities.
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Selection of water for brewing tea

By Emma Chang | 04 January 2019 | 0 Comments
What kind of water is used for tea is good, and it has attracted people's attention and interest since ancient times. Lu Yu once clearly pointed out in the "Tea Classics": "mountain water is the best, and then is the river water, last is well water."
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Tea brewing

By Emma Chang | 02 January 2019 | 0 Comments
Everyone drinks tea, but it is not easy to brew. Tea brewing is very knowledgeable. The same quality tea, such as different water or different brewing techniques, will have different effects, and the difference is very obvious. Since ancient times, China has been paying great attention to the brewing technology of tea and has accumulated rich experience.
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