• Polyphenols in GREEN TEA 3505- a Treasure That Heals and Cures

    Polyphenols in GREEN TEA 3505- a Treasure That Heals and Cures

    Polyphenols are chemical compounds made of multiple phenol units. They occur naturally in a variety of foods that we eat on a daily basis. Some of the best sources of polyphenols include olives, celery, dark chocolate, red wine, hazelnuts, green tea, apples, plums, red onions, and spinach. See this ... read more

    Jan 21,2020 Industry News
  • Little Knowledge Of China Green Tea

    Little Knowledge Of China Green Tea

      There are many varieties of China green tea, and their producing areas are different, but most of them are distributed among the southern regions of Zhejiang and Anhui. Spring is the awakening period of tea tree growth. It can be seen that there are little spots of green on the hillside, and the s... read more

    Feb 12,2020 Industry News
  • Water Temperature For Soaking China Green Tea

    Water Temperature For Soaking China Green Tea

      As is known to all, China green tea emphasizes light green, bright, fragrant and mellow in color, aroma, and taste. Therefore, the brewing of green tea seems simple, but actually, it takes a lot of time. Because green tea is not fermented, it keeps the tea fresh and tender, and there is a slight d... read more

    Feb 12,2020 Industry News
  • 5 Tips to Tell the Quality of GUNPOWDER 3505

    5 Tips to Tell the Quality of GUNPOWDER 3505

    You are precious, so if you are drinking GUNPOWDER 3505 for its wide array of health benefits, it is worth it to know you are getting the best. Not all matcha is made the same, but luckily it is pretty easy to tell between a high quality cuppa and low quality swill. When choosing your matcha, be sur... read more

    Feb 21,2020 Industry News
  • Why CHINA GREEN TEA is Popular in India?

    Why CHINA GREEN TEA is Popular in India?

    Although tea cultivation and its systematic consumption for both, refreshment as well as medicinal purposes, has its legendary original way back in the 3rd century A.D. in China, tea has been an integral part of Indian culture even before the British started commercial production of the beverage as ... read more

    Feb 21,2020 Industry News