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  • Emmahnv

    This is China's most famous tea and simply the best of all Long Jing variety. Xi Hu Long Jing has more than a thousand years of recorded history and was mentioned in the first ever tea book (Cha Ching) by Lu Yu during the Tang Dynasty. So popular that even Queen Elizabeth II, former US President Richard Nixon, and Henry Kissinger once tasted this tea during their visit to China. Lion (Shi) is one of the most famous brand in Hang Zhou for Xi Hu Long Jing. This brand name has become a synonym for quality Xi Hu Long Jing. The tea leaves are from the second degree protected farms within the designated 168 sq km of Xi Hu area, thus the price is much more affordable. Now, everyone can enjoy China's number one tea.


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  • Emmahnv

    This is the absolute best grade of Liu An Gua Pian from Anhui Liuan Guapian Tea Industry, one of the China's Top 100 Tea Factory and widely regarded as the best Liu An Gua Pian tea producer in the country. Liu An Gua Pian tea is a very old tea with history dating back to the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). It had always been a famous in China even in ancient times, where it was highly praised by scholars and people in the Imperial family. History records suggest that Empress Dowager Cixi (Qing Dynasty) was extremely fond of this tea, consuming almost 14 liang (about 700 grams) every month. Gua Pian tea was also mentioned repeatedly (80 times!) in the renowned Chinese Novel - "Dream of Red Mansion". It was selected as the National Gift Tea to the…

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  • Emmahnv

    Ting Xi Lan Xiang - Green Tea

    September 2, 2013 by Emmahnv

    Originating from Ting Xi Village located in southern An Hui province, Lan Xiang tea is one of An Hui province's Top 10 Famous Tea along with other great teas such as Tai Ping Hou Kui, Lu An Gua Pian and Huang Shan Mao Feng. "Lan Xiang" means Orchid Fragrant, a beautiful name it owes to its naturally sweet orchid-like aroma and taste. Tin Xi Lan Xi


    ang is created based on the highest grading standards. When Deng Xiao Ping (late leader of the Communist Party of China) tasted Ting Xi Lan Xiang for the first time, he made this remark: "This is a good tea that I will be drinking regularly. It is comparable to the best Huang Shan Mao Feng and Xi Hu Long Jing".

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  • Emmahnv

    Gu Zhang Mao Jian has been well known since ancient times when it was a tribute to the imperial family. Because of its unique quality, it enjoys good sales both at home and abroad.

    The tea plants growing in Guzhang county, weat mountain regions of Hunan, China, have along long history and unquie features of the wonderful land and great people. Densely covered woods and primitive forests, abundant rain falls, mild climate, organic soils with such rich minerals as phosphor and selenium, all contribute to the unique geographic positions for the natural plants, espacially for tea growing, it is the creations of the great nature!

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    Xu Fu Long Ya - Green Tea

    August 15, 2013 by Emmahnv

    Xu Fu Long Ya is a fairly new tea, having just been introduced by Xu Fu Tea Industry in 1997. In the short few years, it has already won multiple awards and is now one of Si Chuan province's Top Ten Tea. The name Long Ya literally translates to "Dragon Tooth", a name given due to the unique appearance of the leaf, which resembles the fang of a dragon. This tea is special not just for its exceptional quality, but also for its reputation as one of the earliest spring tea to hit the market every year.

    The tea leaves are hand-plucked by Miao Minority young ladies with small hands and fingers in the middle of February every year and processed by Xu Fu Tea Industry's best tea masters. The organic tea farms have been around for around 1600 years. T…

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