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  • Yongchun Bergamot Tea
    Brewing difficulty: General difficulty Best season to taste: Autumn Origin: Sukeng, Yudou and Guiyang etc. of Yongchun County in Fujian Province Shape: tight and twisted, full particles, solid and stout, green and mellow. Liquid: gold yellow and bright. Aroma: with obvious and long citron aroma. Taste: sweet and thick. Brewed tea leaves: yellow and green, wavy-shaped. Weight: 100 g (3.53 oz) Recognizing: The finished product of Yongchun Bergamot is tight, stout and curved with green, dark, water-wet color. It has thick aroma and sweet taste. It is resistant to infusion and the soup is yellow and clear. The tea aroma is fragrant as if there are bergamots, citron and other fruit around. Water temperature: boiling water. Amount of tea: usually 1/5 of the capacity of the tea set.
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  • Tie Luo Han Tea
    Tie Luo Han received its name long before any of the other traditional teas of Wuyi, in the Song Dynasty. It is the earliest of all known Wuyi teas. It originates in the Nei Gui Can of Hui Yan, Wuyi, Fukien Province, China. The tea trees are planted on a long, narrow belt beside a small ravine with cliffs on both sides. The trees arc therefore taller and bigger than the other varieties, with a half-open shape and crowded branches. The leaves are also elliptical, though slightly longer. They are dark green, bright and thick with dull, shallow teeth around the edges. The buds are reddish-purple with a lot of hairs. They are also very fertile, yet tender. The diameter of the corolla is 3.5cm and shines brightest in the middle of April. The buds yield a very high harvest, and are the raw material for this tea. Because Tie Luo Han is almost all bud, the tea is sweeter and thicker than the other kinds of Wuyi tea. It has a rich fragrance with a very fresh aftertaste that quenches the thirst and offers a very characteristic sensation (cha yun) of cleanliness in the mouth.
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  • Bai Ji Guan Tea
    This tea originates at the Bat Cave (not the secret lair) on Yin Ping Peak, Wuyi. According to legend, it was given its name in the Ming Dynasty. It is one of the four most well-known rock teas, and also perhaps the most unique. Like the other teas discussed here, Bai Ji Guan is farmed asexually from late-grown seeds. It too is mostly found in the inner mountains, and has also been propagated in larger amounts since the 1980's. The bushes are medium-sized and have very thick, dense branches. The leaves are dull and shallow with average teeth around the edges. The surface also bulges. These leaves appear even more delicate than the other varieties. The buds are all a bright yellow color with miniscule hairs. The older leaves appear white in the sunshine and together with the buds look similar to a cockscomb, which is where the tea gets its name. The diameter of the corolla is 3.5cm with seven petals. They also blossom fully at the end of April. The yellow, bright buds and leaves together make a very unique Oolong tea that often has a fragrance of mushrooms. The sensations (cha yun) should be crisp and slightly dry in the mouth.
    $35.80
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  • Phoenix Narcissus Tea
    Phoenix narcissus tea: one of the great varieties in china. It is a kind of Oolong tea, which could brewing many times. Narcissus tea fluorine is one of trace elements that body needs. Without it, the health of the bone and teeth will be effected, and tea is a natural beverage with more fluoride. As we all know that the tea contains the amount of caffeine, which have the function of inspiring nervous centralism. Often drink tea, it is good for the prevention and treatment of high blood pressure, cholesterol and losing weight, atherosclerosis and coronary heart disease.
    $17.40
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  • Taiwan Alishan Oolong Tea
    Brewing difficulty: General difficulty Best season to taste: Autumn Origin: Fujian, Wuyishan. Shape: the strip is tights, stout, and hemispherical. It is of large particle size with green color. Liquid: clear, yellow with green. Aroma: fresh and elegant fragrance. Taste: smooth taste and sweet flavor of green fruit. It'll reveal the mountain atmosphere flavor with sweet and lasting aftertaste. Brewed tea leaves: buds are soft, thick and flexible. Green leaves with red edge. Recognizing: The top Alishan Oolong appears green with red edge after brewing. It tastes fresh and delicious and also has the quality of "beautiful rock and fragrant flower". Its color, aroma and taste will not change after 6 to 20 infusions. While the second grade Alishan Oolong tea can be brewed for over 7 times with obvious sweet aftertaste and significant rock charm. And the aroma of third grade of Alishan Oolong tea is fresh and lasting, yet the taste is not very dense and the aftertaste is not quite sweet. Water temperature: It is better to use boiling water to brew the Alishan Oolong, yet you need to pay attention to low-flush the water in order not to scar the tea leaves. Infusion times: As the old saying goes "the first infusion is liquid, the second, tea and the third and fourth, the essence." The 3rd and 4th infusions of Alishan Oolong are better.
    $21.20
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  • Gold Osmanthus Tea
    Brewing difficulty: General difficulty. Best season to taste: Summer. Origin: Anxi County of Fujian Province. Shape: tight and straight, tea stems is slender, golden color and shiny. Liquid: bright golden yellow or light clear yellow. Taste: mellow, fresh and cool, with the flavor of peach or pear, "high aroma comes first, and then the sweet taste". Brewed tea leaves: thin, long, yellow and green in the middle and red around the edge. Recognizing: The core feature of Huangjin Gui is that the dry tea leaves are very light and the colors of the tea leaves are already yellow before being picked. So the dry tea leaves are yellow and green. The liquid is golden and clear with the taste of peach or pear. It tastes fresh, cool and the aftertaste is sweet, and impressed by "sweet, unique and bright". The bottom of the leaves is slender with slight jags around the edge. Water temperature: boiling water is proper. The best choice is pure water or mineral water. Tea sets: ceramics and porcelain cups are better. Infusion times: seven infusions are possible if in a right way.
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  • Bai Hao Oolong Tea
    Baihao Oolong tea: With appellation of “the highest Oolong tea.” 70% fermentation degree of Baihao oolong tea, which is well-known for its tea tree never to spraying pesticide, and just picking its "with two leaves", and with more quantity pekoe, very precious. Strictly speaking, on the classification of tea, what is the real Oolong tea, I think only Baihao Oolong tea could be considered as a real "Oolong tea". In other word, we also could say that Baihao Oolong tea is the most expensive special tea in unit price, and it is absolutely unique all over the world. And its character of Baihao Oolong tea leaves present red, and the color of tea water close to amber, with fragrance of ripe fruit and honey. Of course, the tea taste sweet and thick, without astringency. As for the pharmacological effects of Oolong tea, outstandingly performance in the decomposition of fat, refreshing mind, and body building, etc. In Japan, Baihao Oolong tea is also known as "beauty tea", or "strong and handsome tea".
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  • Shui Jin Gui Tea
    This tea originates on the Du Ge Zhai Peak, Niu Lan Keng of Wuyi. It has played an important part in the culture and economy of the region since the 1980's. According to legend, it received its name in the Qing Dynasty, though the plant is much older. Like Da Hong Pao, Shui Jin Gui is a medium-sized bush and leaf cultivated asexually from late-grown seeds. The main distribution of Shui Jin Gui is in the inner mountains of the Wuyi region. The branches are dense and the leaves elliptical. They too are dark green in color. The surface also bulges like Da Hong Pao, but the edges display a slight wave with tiny, sharp teeth. The leaves also fold inwards in a unique way. The buds are tender and a unique purple and green with flowery hairs; their fertility is dense. The diameter of the corolla is 3cm and usually boasts seven or eight petals. In mid-April they shine the brightest. This tea likewise offers a medium output. The color of the dry tea is reddish-green. When finished it is smooth, fat, tight and even. When a package is opened, the leaves are all tangled together, which has earned it the nickname "Head of Dragonfly". The tea is rich and fragrant with hints of plum. The liquor is a clear and deep orange color, and should have a full body, obvious sensation (cha yun) and deep aftertaste (hui gan).
    $37.80
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  • Wuyi Rock Oolong Tea
    Wuyi rock tea is one of China's ten most famous types of tea. This famous oolong tea from Fujian province is found in the gaps of rocks on Wuyi Mountain, making cultivation difficult. The leaves are hand-rolled and pan-fired at their aromatic peak. Afterwards they are charcoal-fired in small batches to produce its deep green color and rich flavors. When brewed this tea produces a smooth aroma with a deliciously sweet, roasted taste. This tea will continue to taste great even after many infusions. In addition, studies have shown that this tea has weight loss benefits.
    $21.40
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  • Imperial Ti Kwan Yin Oolong Tea
    It is called "Tie Guanyin", belonging to oolong tea. Imperial Ti Kwan Yin Oolong Tea is not only a green drink that has well flavor and good taste, but also an outstanding healthy tea. Probably the best known of Chinese oolongs, this aromatic and elegant tea comes from central Fujian province. Its legend tells how a tea grower in the area would walk past an iron statue of Kuan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy, on his way to work each day. The statue stood in a small temple that was rather dilapidated and, although he could not afford to actually repair the building, the tea grower started to take care of it, cleaning it and lighting incense. Then one night, in a dream, the goddess told him to look in a cave behind the temple for a treasure that was hidden there. When he looked the next day he found a single tea shoot which he nurtured and cultivated. He named the tea Ti Kuan Yin.
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  • Anxi Tie Kwan-yin Oolong Tea
    Anxi County, oolong tea are the main producing areas in China, tea has a long history, tea has been produced in the Tang Dynasty. Anxi County mountain air Tieguanyin tea, elevation 1680 meters. When brewed, this tea offers a smooth taste, nutty flavor, and a sweet lingering aftertaste. This tea is also great served chilled. Studies have shown that this tea has weight loss benefits. Tie Kwan-yin, also known as Red Heart Kwan-yin and Hongyang Kwan-yin, is one of the top ten kinds of tea in China. Anxi Tie Kwan-yin wins the greatest fame, and it is divided into thick fragrant, lingering-fragrant and thin-fragrant types, each being top Oolong tea. Beside the common health function, Tie Kwan-yin also has the anti-aging, anti-cancer, and anti-atherosclerosis effects, and leads to weight loss.
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  • Phoenix Mountain Oolong Tea
    Phoenix tea is oolong tea(Guangdong Dan Cong) production in Chaozhou City, Guangdong Province Phoenix mountain. Hand-picked from bushes that grow on the Wudong peak of Phoenix Mountain in Guangdong province, this tea is made in small batches by experienced tea masters. The leaves are gathered twice a year (in April-May and October-November), when they are half-open, and processed by the special Phoenix method of 'rattling' the leaves and partial oxidation that lasts for 8-10 hours.
    $21.40
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