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Hey tea lovers! While many of you know us as a premium Chinese tea wares company. We also specialized in teas in Huang Shan region. Huang Shan is home to the most famous Chinese teas – Huang Shan Mao Feng, Keemun and Tai Ping Hou Kui. As natives of this breathtaking place, we have a deep connection to the land and its rich tea heritage.

We understand that finding the perfect tea can be a personal journey, which is why we offer our sample pack. It allows you to explore the diverse flavors of Huang Shan teas and discover the one that resonates with your taste buds.

Each of the teas are sourced and produced directly from the tea farmers, ensuring the quality and the authentic taste.

Sample pack including:
Huang Shan Mao Feng – 10g
Tai Ping Hou Kui – 10g
Keemun Mao Feng – 10g
Osmanthus Keemun – 10g

We can’t wait to hear from your feedbacks on our teas. Join us on this journey and let us be your guide as you explore the enchanting world of Huang Shan teas.

Please note that the tea and tea wares will be shipped in seperate packages according to customs requirement. Usually tea will come slightly later than the tea wares.

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5 Aromatic Chinese Teas Have You Tried Before

Tea has always been more than just a drink. It’s a journey of flavors and fragrances. Today, let’s learn 5 uniquely aromatic Chinese teas.

tea pouring into the cup

Tie Guan Yin | The Lingering Fragrance

Tie Guan Yin is a celebrated oolong tea originating from Xiping, Anxi, in Fujian Province. This tea has a fascinating history dating back to the Qianlong Emperor’s reign. A local named Wang Shirang presented it to the court, where it earned high praise and was named “Tie Guan Yin” due to its heavy, iron-like appearance and its delicate, orchid-like fragrance.

Tie Guan Yin - Iron Goddess

This tea is known for its “green leaves with red edges” and a flavor that lingers through multiple infusions. The aroma is a natural orchid scent that remains potent even after several brews, earning it the reputation of “seven brews with a lingering fragrance.”

Keemun | The Best of Red Teas

Keemun black tea, or Qimen Hong Cha, hails from Qimen County in Anhui Province. It stands proudly as one of the world’s top three black teas. Known internationally for its delicate and sophisticated aroma, it’s often referred to as the “Keemun fragrance.”

Keemun Red Tea

Keemun’s fragrance is unique, often described as a rose-like aroma by the Japanese and simply “Keemun fragrance” by the British. Its fine processing and intricate craftsmanship produce tightly twisted leaves, a deep, bright red infusion, and a long-lasting, sweet fragrance.

Bi Luo Chun | The Frighteningly Fragrant

Bi Luo Chun is from Dongting Mountain in Suzhou, Jiangsu Province. It is a green tea known for its striking fragrance. Initially called “Scary Fragrance” due to its intense aroma, it was later renamed by Emperor Kangxi to Bi Luo Chun, reflecting its beautiful appearance and spring harvest.

Bi Luo Chun

This tea is distinctive for its fruity aroma, a result of the tea plants growing among fruit trees. The leaves are tightly rolled and have a unique, sweet fragrance that subtly blends with floral notes.

Phoenix Dan Cong | Who Can Beat It

Phoenix Dan Cong, an oolong tea from Phoenix Town in Chaozhou, Guangdong Province, is known for its intense fragrance and unique taste. Combining the best of green and black tea processing methods, Phoenix Dan Cong offers a rich, fresh flavor with a long-lasting aftertaste.

Phoenix Dan Cong

Named after Phoenix Mountain, this tea’s standout feature is its extraordinary aroma, coupled with its sturdy, plump, and glossy leaves.

Wuyi Rock Tea | Fragrant Rougui and Mellow Shuixian

Wuyi Rock Tea, particularly Rougui and Shuixian varieties, is famed for its unique rock aroma. Rougui is celebrated for its strong, complex fragrance that includes hints of cinnamon and caramel. In contrast, Shuixian is known for its smooth, mellow taste that is both light and enduring.

Wu Yi Rock Tea

The saying “fragrant Rougui, mellow Shuixian” highlights the distinct characteristics of these teas. They are the star varieties of Wuyi Rock Tea, each offering a different yet equally captivating sensory experience.

These five teas, each with its unique aroma and taste, offer a glimpse into the rich and varied world of Chinese tea. Whether you’re a seasoned tea lover or a curious newcomer, exploring these fragrant teas is a delightful journey for your senses. How many of them have you tried?


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