Home >  >  >  > 

China - Fujian





Ginseng Oolong “Lan Guiren”

Ginseng Oolong “Lan Guiren”
0.0 stars 0 reviews

Harvest area: Anxi County, Prefecture-level city Quanzhou, Fujian Province. Ginseng Oolong is an incredible union of tastes made by tea, ginseng and various herbs of Chinese medicine. For its production uses finely grated root of medicinal ginseng, ilex leaves and several other herbs. These herbs are grinded into dust and mixed with a tea leaf. As a result of further processing we get these granules. Ginseng Oolong aroma is a colourful mix. This tea will leave a long aftertaste and...

Fujian Bi Luo Chun “Green Snail Spring”

Fujian Bi Luo Chun “Green Snail Spring”
0.0 stars 0 reviews

The name of this tea literally means “Green Snail Spring”. It is called so because it is a that is rolled into a tight spiral and is cropped early spring. Bi Luo Chun is picked once a year in the spring, during the rainy season. For its production uses only the youngest, just bloomed leaves. White pile preserved on the leaves signifies the gentle processing without roasting. This tea is high in amino acids and antioxidants. Bi Luo Chun is a classical, high quality green tea. Elegant...

2014 Zheng Yan Tieluohan Oolong Tea

2014 Zheng Yan Tieluohan Oolong Tea
0.0 stars 0 reviews

This Zheng Yan tea from Cindy Chen was baked 4 times over charcoal to achieve a medium baking level. Harvested from a single old tree within the Wuyi Scenic Area, this is a rare tea that offers a smokey and peppery dark chocolate flavor with ripe fruits and minerals. The flavor lingers several minutes. It has been aged dry for 3 years.

2013 Čang-pching Šuej-sien „Black perl“

2013 Čang-pching Šuej-sien „Black perl“
0.0 stars 0 reviews

Velice zajímavý a kvalitní lisovaný čaj z málo známé oblasti Čang-pching. Tento oolong byl ručně sklizený v zahradě u vesnice Nan-jang a tradičněji zpracovaný, čím se myslí zejména vyšší stupeň fermentace, silnější pečení na dřevěném uhlí a lisování. Tento tradiční způsob lisování byl kdysi v provincii Fu-ťien celkem běžný – pamětníci tvrdí, že se tak před několika desetiletími vyráběla dokonce i Tchie Kuan-jin v An-si. Dnes je nicméně Čang-pching posledním místem, které si tento zvyk...

2012 Autumn Fujian Anxi Benshan 100g

2012 Autumn Fujian Anxi Benshan 100g
3.8 stars 2 reviews

One of famous oolong teas from Anxi is Benshan. This is a light roasted with low oxidation (only 10-15%) high mountain (Gaoshan Benshan) oolong, carefully processed in early October. This tea comes from Xiping village(西坪). Emerald green rolled leaves have slightly orange fragrance. Full-bodied and complex with oily texture and floral sweet aftertaste. Benshan = Source Mountain Cultivar : Ben Shan(本山)

2012 Spring Slight Charcoal Roasted Zhangping Shui Xian Mini Cakes

2012 Spring Slight Charcoal Roasted Zhangping Shui Xian Mini Cakes
0.0 stars 0 reviews

"Shui Xian" (also spelled Shui Hsien) - narcissus or water sprite This great and rare oolong - Zhangping Shui Xian oolong, named after the fragrance similar with daffodil, created in 1914. Zhangping is a famous place for Shui Xian oolong tea which is very different in manner and taste from Wuyi Shui Xian. Zhangping Shuixian cake is the only kind of pressed oolong tea. This charcoal roasted Shuixian cake is orthodox type product. Picking fresh leaves from late September...


Theme

                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

Quotes

„I found my early blogging efforts, basically writing down my impressions of the tea I drank every day, to be a worthwhile exercise – it helps me process what I’ve had and what I thought, and once in a while I go back to my own ideas back then and realize how I have developed as a drinker, as well as how a tea may have changed over time. Many of my earlier perceptions are flawed, if not outright wrong, or at least have been modified over time by my experiences since then. Writing about it constantly here helps me work through those thoughts.“

Source Web: MarshalN. A Tea Addict’s Journal: Blogging seriously about tea[online]. Available on WWW: <http://www.marshaln.com/>. [q899] [s95]

Photos

Small inspiration
Small inspiration
The fruits and seeds
Chengdu, the capital

We will help you with tea selection.

Do you like quality loose tea?
We will help you to find the right one for you. Be inspired by tea ratings of other tea lovers. Rating stars could help you.    5 stars    5 stars 

More tea reviews

Review your cup of tea.

Review the tea you are drinking and help other tea lovers to find the right cup of tea.


      5 stars  3 stars   1 stars

Photos

Organic Mountain -
Pu-erh shape - Bing,
Pu-erh shape -
banner 4SUP.CZ - Nafukovací Paddleboardy