Teas of China From around the world

It is believed by many that tea growing and drinking began in China. Legend tells how in 2737BC Emperor Shen Nung was sitting beneath a Camellia tree when a few leaves dropped from the branches and landed in the water he was boiling. Tea has been synonymous with China ever since and China still remains one of the largest tea producing countries in the world.

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A pointed tower shaped tea that is made from black tea, hand tied together and compressed into sh..
This tea has small twisted black leaves. It produces a bright mid-brown liquor and has a flavour ..
  A good neat Chinese black leaf. Bright infusion, with a deep and slightly nutty charac..
This rare Chinese tea has a large brown leaf, with good golden tip resulting in a bright amber li..
  A green, gently rolled leaf. This tea produces a liquor that is slightly full, pungent..
This tea has a very large and broad dark brown and black leaf. It produces a deep amber or oaky l..
This is a yellowish green flat pressed leaf, quite similar in appearance to Lung Ching (Dragonwel..
A beautifully made leaf of pure gold - very similar to the Assam Golden Tip. The liquor is is..
Translated to mean “Green Snail Spring”. This one reigns from the Fujian Province of Eastern Chin..
A pointed tower shaped tea that is made from a mixture of green and white tea hand tied together,..
  From the Anhui province in Eastern China, this is a well made and world renowned tea. ..
  From the Anhui province in Eastern China, this is a well made and world renowned tea t..
Huoshan Huangya yellow tea is form the Anhui province of China. It has a large, light green leaf,..
Green and white tea that is neatly rolled into ring shapes. The liquor is light, grassy and sweet..
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