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[2013.06.29]
The color can tell the quality of black tea

The well-fermented black tea and the poorly fermented black tea have very noticeable difference in flavour. The well-made black tea produces a sweet flavour, while the poorly made black tea produces a sour or musty smell. Observing the colour, knowing the skill In addition, the liquor of the tea will show the effects of the …

[2013.05.30]
Darjeeling 1st Flush Tea 2013 from Risheehat Estate

Introducing one of the Darjeeling First Flush we purchased this spring called the Risheehat Enigma. Risheehat is the name of an organic tea estate that is certified by the IMO and JAS. I always savor the First Flush Darjeeling tea from this Risheehat estate.   The leaves are still green, yet it is well fermented …

darjeeling first flush
[2013.04.29]
The reason why Darjeeling first flush is “Green”.

The tealeaves of Darjeeling 1st flush is green in colour, despite this tea is categorized as black tea. I would like to explain the reason why.   Only the first flush has green leaves There are 3 types tea produced in Darjeeling (India): Spring tea, the1st flush (March-April), 2nd flush ( May-June) and Autumnal tea …

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Anxi, located in Fujian province, China, is celebrated for its Tie Guan Yin tea. However, the Traditional Anxi Oolong from this region boasts a unique fruity aroma, distinguishing it from Tie Guan Yin. Anxi: A Renowned Hub for Oolong Tea Production in China Fujian Province, renowned for its rich tea heritage, boasts several prominent tea-producing …

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