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Boost your immune system this cold and flu season by drinking nourishing tea. Tea is known for its multitude of health benefits and superb taste. The some picks for the most effective teas to help you...
Flower teas can boosts the reviving function of our energies for the spring period. The fragrant aroma of flowers help stimulate the opening of the sense organs to the sights, sounds and smells of the...
The sweetest of the white teas, Bai Hao Yin Zhen Tea is made up of only buds from the tea bush. Meticulously separated from the stem, the buds are fanned on to a single layer and dried naturally until...
Tea is known to have varying quantities of caffeine, which may or may not be appealing to tea consumers, for a variety of reasons.
Gunpowder tea comes from specific provinces in China, mostly the Zhejiang Province, and dates back to the year 600. It did not become popular until the tea was introduced in Taiwan in the 1800s.
White tea comes from the plant Camellia sinensis. It was originally produced in China. 
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, ...
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...
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.
Tea is a beverage enjoyed around the world. Drinking tea has been associated with many health benefits, including protecting cells from damage and reducing the risk of heart disease. Some studies have...
Jasmine tea has been produced in China for nearly 700 years and is the most popular Chinese flavored tea.
When people talk generally of tea in Western culture, they’re often referring to black tea. Sun tea, sweet tea, iced tea, afternoon tea…these well-known categories of tea are typically ma...

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