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Huo Shan Huang Ya is a yellow tea that comes form the area of Bai Ma Jiang Peak in the Huoshan Country Da Bie Shan Moutain. The mountain has a peak elevation of 1774 meters high. On the highest peak, ...
Since very long in history, promotional products are popularly used by businesses to promote their brand, business and products.
Since very long in history, promotional products are popularly used by businesses to promote their brand, business and products.
Spain introduced chocolate to the Western World; we reveal its history and discover some of the best heritage confectionery brands in Spain.
Black Friday is almost inescapable, but with the chaotic shoppers and reduced profits, is it worth participating in the sale of the year?
We love fair-trade brands and today we are exploring the important conservation work of one of the most impressive - the wonderful Madécasse!
After 2017’s London Chocolate Show white chocolate is making a comeback. We reveal why chocolatiers are falling back in love with the white bar.
Discover the vital role the Netherlands played in the history of chocolate manufacturing, giving the world the gift of the chocolate bar!
Pu-erh Tea has long been valued in Chinese herbalism for its vast benefits. Pu-erh tea (pronounced ‘poo-air’) contains high levels of polyphenols (flavonoids, catechins and theaflavin), wh...
Oolong tea is neither a black tea nor a green tea; it falls into its own category of tea. Yet an oolong may end up with more black tea characteristics or more green tea characteristics depending on th...
Trying to lose weight or want to start a natural meal plan? The alkaline diet may come handy. Read on to find some of the relevant facts, dos and don’ts.
Our new market study contains forecasts, original analysis, company profiles and, most crucially, fresh conclusions. The report gives detailed forecasts and analysis of the Glass Packaging markets by ...
Jasmine tea has been produced in China for nearly 700 years and is the most popular Chinese flavored tea. It is made using green tea most often, but can also be made from oolong tea. 
Da Hong Pao Tea is the most prestigious tea in Mount Wuyi, known as "King of Tea'', is a highly prized tea and a member of Si Da Ming Cong (the four famous Wuyi Oolong tea bushes).
Matcha, a powdered form of green tea found mostly in Japan, is usually associated with intricate tea ceremonies where the tea is whisked and served in a special tatami-floored teahouse.






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