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  • Changes in the way China drinks tea Oct 20 , 2021
    Paintings record the aesthetics of the times and also record the history. From ancient paintings, we can see tea drinking methods in different eras: the Tang Dynasty drinks sencha, the Song Dynasty likes to drink matcha, and the Ming Dynasty prefers to brew loose leaf tea、 Xiao Yi Earn Lanting:Tang Dynasty Sencha Method "Xiao Yi Earn Lanting" is a painting created by Yan Liben, a painter in t...
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  • Why should I emphasize quick soup out when making tea? Oct 06 , 2021
    First of all, when making tea, it is emphasized that the tea should be made quickly, mainly to balance the taste of the tea, and to avoid the tea being stuffed in the tureen due to the slow speed of the soup, which leads to the astringency and bitterness of the tea, which can not be really tasted. The best taste of a tea. This is especially obvious for heavily fermented teas such as Pu'er tea and ...
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  • Why do you feel thirsty as you drink tea Sep 30 , 2021
    Many people have this feeling when they drink tea: the first cup of tea is quenched, but the more you drink, the more thirsty you feel. Why? ▪Tea has a strong diuretic effect The diuretic effect of tea is mainly because the tea soup contains purine compounds such as caffeine, theophylline and theobromine. These components enhance the blood flow of the kidneys and enhance the filtration rate of the...
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  • What kinds of tea trees are there? Sep 22 , 2021
    Tea trees are classified according to the size of their trunks, including tree type, semi-arbor type and shrub type; if they are divided according to the size of their leaves, there are three types: large-leaf species, medium-leaf species, and small-leaf species; There are three types: primitive type and evolution type. 1. Small trees 2. Trees 3. Shrubs Arbor-type tea trees are tall and tall with ...
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  • what kind of tea is jasmine Sep 18 , 2021
    Why does jasmine tea have flowers and some without flowers? Organic jasmine tea is a tea variety made by mixing fresh jasmine flowers and green tea blanks. It is different from general herbal teas that directly use flowers as the infusion material. After scenting, the flowers are removed and only the tea is retained. The so-called "scenting system" is smoked system. Pile the jasmine flowers and te...
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  • Is the more fuzz on the tea, the better? Sep 17 , 2021
    What is tea fuzz? Tea fuzz. It is the tiny hairs on the tip of tea buds, which are rich in nutrients such as theanine and tea polyphenols. Why is there fuzz in the tea? The tea fuzz mainly grows on the epidermis of the young buds and leaves. It is rich in tea polyphenols, amino acids, caffeine and other quality components, which have an important influence on the formation of the flavor quality of...
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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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