Famous Chinese Teas Category


An Ji Bai Cha mother bush

Anji Bai Cha – Famous Since the Tang dynasty

What’s in This Video In this video, Zhuping discusses the famous tea Anji Bai Cha. This has some history that spans several dynasties, although it is also rumored that some of its history can be attributed to marketing. The video introduces the portion of the tour done in 2009 where Seven Cups is given the… // MORE



How to Brew Tea Using a Gaiwan

Bi Luo Chun (Spring Green Spiral)

A Ming Dynasty Tribute Tea Name and Origin Bi Luo Chun began sometime around the end of the Ming dynasty about four to five hundred years ago. It is believed that it become a tribute tea closer to the beginning of the Qing dynasty. The earliest spring buds are chosen for this tea. These buds… // MORE




black tea videocast

All About Black Tea

In this video, Zhuping reviews the different types of black tea as well as an overall historical background for the teas. Most black teas will break down into one of the following categories: Lapsang; Qimen or Keemun; or Yunnan. At the end of the 17th century in Tong Mu village located in the Wuyi Mountains… // MORE



Our 200 gram white moonlight puer tea cakes on the drying rack.

All About Puer Tea

Defining the Category Puer Tea Puer tea is a category of tea signifying tea that has undergone microbial fermentation, although there is reason to believe that microbial ripening is a closer description for what is occurring. There are two types of puer tea. Green puer, also referred to as sheng puer, is considered raw fermented… // MORE


Naturally scenting jasmine tea

Scented Tea Video Podcast

Identifying Whether Your Scented Tea is the Real Thing or Not The most popular scented teas are those scented with jasmine (although we also carry a tea scented with orchid flowers). Teas can be scented through a natural means where the tea is scented for an extended period of time over multiple scentings or they… // MORE