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Tuesday, 14 April 2009

SOME FACTS ON CHINESE TEA

Dear valued visitors,


I write to share with you a list of teas that are mentioned most often. Below are the information related to all these teas:-


Pinyin                    Chinese name             Colour typology Province


Biluochun                                                        Green          Jiangsu
Huangshan Maofeng       黄山毛峰                 Green         Anhui
Xihu Longjing                 西湖龙井                 Green         Zhejiang
Liu’an Guapian               六安瓜片                 Green         Anhui

Junshan Yinzhen              君山银针                                   Yellow Hunan
Tie Guanyin                     铁观音                                        Dark Green Fujian
Qimen Hongcha              祁门红茶                                    Red Anhui
Xinyang Maojian             信阳毛尖                                    Green Henan
Wuyi Yancha                  武夷岩茶                                    Dark Green Fujian
Duyun Maojian               都匀毛尖                                     Green Guizhou
Lushan Yunwu               庐山云雾                                      Green Jiangxi
Mengding Ganlu             蒙顶甘露                                      Green Sichuan
Pu’er                             普洱                                              Black Yunnan
Baihao Yinzhen              白毫银针                                     White Fujian






Obviously there are many more well-known Chinese teas. But these teas have two attributes that make them stand out among the innumerable teas of high quality and refined taste and that justify their presence on a list of the “most famous”: Their notoriety reaches over the regional level and they have a history and tradition that makes them culturally acceptable and is good for consumption. Liu’an Guapian and Junshan Yinzhen, for example, are mentioned under an older name in the great 18th century novel Dream of the Red Chamber (红楼梦).

2 comments:

Sheila said...

oooh.. so many! I wonder how many are sold in my Asian Market...

james oh said...

I ma more than happy to see you again. I guess you will get more than all these in Asian market, if you include Taiwanese, Korean and Japanese Teas.

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