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  • Why should tea be light but not thick? Sep 06 , 2021
    Tea, as a natural beverage, is favored by the world. Tea not only contains tea polyphenols, which have anti-cancer effects, but also contains a small amount of caffeine that can refresh the mind. In addition, it contains trace elements that can break down greasy and help digestion. If you look at it from the point of view of fitness and health preservation, of course it is better to drink light te...
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  • Chinese famous tea naming rules Aug 31 , 2021
    Tea naming is one of the important procedures for tea classification. A tea must have a name to mark it. Regardless of whether it is used for classification research or practical application, tea must have a special name. Naming and classification can be linked together, such as Gongfu black tea, the former is a naming, the latter is a classification, and another example is Baihao Yinzhen, the for...
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  • What is the sweet aftertaste of tea Aug 20 , 2021
    The so-called sweet aftertaste is a unique experience formed by the first taste of bitterness and the return of sweetness to the throat afterward. The mouth of the tea is sweet and slightly bitter, with a long aftertaste in the mouth. As time goes by, the sweetness gradually surpasses the bitterness, and finally ends with sweetness. In the taste of a sip of tea, it shows a full contrast and contra...
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  • How to store tea? Aug 12 , 2021
    Two principles and one taboo for storing at home First of all, we must understand what is most taboo in tea storage? The most important thing to prevent when storing tea is peculiar smell and mildew. 1.Tea leaves are very dry and have strong adsorption properties. They are easy to absorb the flavors in the surrounding environment. If the storage environment has a big peculiar smell, it will affect...
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  • what's the shelf life of tea? Aug 04 , 2021
    What is "Tea shelf life"? Tea shelf life refers to the period of time for prepackaged tea to maintain quality under the storage conditions specified on the label. Generally speaking, the specific shelf life of each product has its own industry standard or national standard. If there is no standard, it will be marked with the default time in the industry. . Therefore, the shelf life of tea is equiv...
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  • In which months are the lotus leaves most effective for picking? Jul 30 , 2021
    When do lotus leaves grow? The leaves grow in the late spring and early summer (May-June), and the summer grows most luxuriantly with flowers blooming. The lotus leaf is the leaf of a perennial aquatic herbaceous plant. Its chemical components mainly include lotus leaf, citric acid, malic acid, gluconic acid, oxalic acid, succinic acid and other alkaline components that resist mitosis. Lotus leave...
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  • What is tea fermentation? Jul 27 , 2021
    Regarding tea, everyone often talks about full fermentation, semi-fermentation, and light fermentation. Is this the same fermentation as our common fermented foods such as yogurt, wine, and vinegar? What are the differences between them? Let’s learn about the fermentation of tea.       What is fermentation Generally speaking, fermentation refers to a certain decomposition process of...
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  • The difference between Pu'er raw tea and Pu'er ripe tea Jul 24 , 2021
    Pu'er tea is a unique tea. In the current national standards, Pu'er tea is divided into raw tea and cooked tea. Distinguishing raw tea from cooked tea can be said to be the first step to enter Pu'er. Raw tea and cooked tea are like two people walking side by side on the same track, but at a certain node because of their own reasons and needs to turn in different directions. This node is called "fe...
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  • Should we drink tea in the summer? Jul 13 , 2021
    What are the benefits of drinking tea in summer? 1.Tea can dissipate heat and reduce temperature, produce body fluid and quench thirst The aromatic substances contained in tea are themselves a kind of cooling agent, they can drive away a certain amount of heat from the pores of the human skin during the volatilization process. In addition, the amino acids in tea, water-soluble pectin, tea polyphen...
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