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Dragonwell Tea-Sometimes known by its Chinese name, Longjing, Dragon Well Green Tea is a tradition pan roasted of green tea produced with minimal oxidation, and known for its toasty aroma and flavorful sweetness.
Steeping- 1tsp to 7oz of water (175F)
China Yunnan Black Tea- The category of black tea is diverse, including several popular varieties such as English breakfast and Earl Grey. India produces half of the world's black tea, with Sri Lanka and Africa making up a large percentage of production. Black tea is enjoyed both hot and cold.
You can use cold water and cold steep ("cold infuse" or "cold brew") your black tea for 4 to 18 hours in the fridge and then strain out the leaves. To make iced black tea, double the amount of tea leaves, steep the tea as usual and then pour the hot tea over ice.
Steep-3.5g of tea for 200ml of water and leaving it to infuse for 3 minutes
Young Hyson takes your tea tasting experience to another level. This variety is, unlike regular Hyson, regarded as a high quality tea, being harvested earlier, before the rainy season, and then just the younger leaves and the bud of the tea plant.
This type of tea offers you a full bodied beverage, a beautiful golden color and a sweet fresh taste. This is a great green tea to take in the morning.
Pour the hot water into your teapot and let your tea brew for 3-5 minutes. Don't over steep this tea it will result in a bitter taste rather than sweet.
Matcha is particularly high in EGCG (epigallocatechin gallate), a type of catechin that may been shown to have powerful anti-carcinogenic properties. Steam some almond milk and pour over this Matcha, and enjoy the profound earthy flavor.
Ingredients: 100% Pure Matcha Green Tea Powder
Lapsang Souchong Tea, is a smoked tea produce in Wuyi Mountains in China. This Tea has a smoked flavor, and will pair well with a smooth whiskey or bourbon.
Ingredients : Lapsang Souchong Tea