• Get To Know China Green Tea

    Get To Know China Green Tea

    Tea consumption has legendary origins dating back more than 4,000 years. CHINA GREEN TEA is made from the unfermented leaves of Camellia sinsesis (the same plant that gives us black and oolong teas). It originated in Southeast Asia, around the confluence of the lands of northeast India, north Burma,... read more

    May 10,2021 Industry News
  • You Could Know Effects of China Green Tea

    You Could Know Effects of China Green Tea

    CHINA GREEN TEA has been a popular choice of drink for many years now. We often hear people talk about how it is a healthier alternative to other teas or coffee, but what exactly are the supposed benefits? A number of studies have been conducted on this topic over the years, and what has been found ... read more

    May 24,2021 Industry News
  • What Is the Disadvantage of Drinking Too Much China Green Tea?

    What Is the Disadvantage of Drinking Too Much China Green Tea?

    CHINA GREEN TEA is a traditional beverage in our country. It contains a lot of tannic acid, theophylline, caffeine and a small amount of aromatic oil, multiple vitamins, chlorophyll and other ingredients. Drinking tea in moderation can produce body fluids and quench thirst, remove dampness, clear aw... read more

    May 31,2021 Industry News
  • How to Make the Perfect Cup of Green Tea 41022?

    How to Make the Perfect Cup of Green Tea 41022?

    STEP 1. ROLLED, WHOLE LEAVES. Let’s start with the most important part. The tea. Start with your eyes. Tea should look like GREEN TEA 41022. Look for rolled, whole leaves. The bigger the better. They hold much more taste and don’t lose their oils, unlike the chopped-up dust in supermarket teabags. S... read more

    Jun 07,2021 Industry News
  • China Green Tea Brewing Methods

    China Green Tea Brewing Methods

    Step 1    We boil 100ml of water (1 cup) to 100°C on a water heater or stove. Step 2    The CHINA GREEN TEA contains young leaves and should not be directly contacted with hot water with super strong boiling, so we only let the water cool for a period of time in order to gently drop to about 90 ℃.  ... read more

    Jun 16,2021 Industry News