Black Oolong Tea

Black oolong tea belongs to oolong tea, which allegedly has effects on inhibiting fat absorption. Today’s diets always have an excessively high proportion of fat, and excessive fat absorption cannot only cause obesity, but result in many chronic diseases. It has been proved in many scientific experiments that oolong tea can stunningly inhibit absorption of 20% fat.

Cinnamon Tea

Cinnamon is a famous variety among Wuyi rock teas. It is also called bayberry, being one of the famous teas in Wuyi area, which gained its reputation early in Qing Dynasty. Besides its taste as rock tea, Cinnamon tea has been widely popular for its strong and lasting fragrance. Cinnamon has strong cinnamon bark smell, and cinnamon tea remains fragrant even after a long time; It has a mellow and refreshing taste, with tea soup being bright yellow and clear, leaf bottom being yellow and bright, and trabs being tightly twinkled, breen and lubricated oily.

Da Hong Pao Tea

Dahongpao tea originates from Wuyi Mountain, Fujian Province, being a high-quality kind of Wulong tea, quite popular and famous in China. Tight leaves are olive-drab, and dipped in water, turn to bright orange, alternating from red to green. What is most striking is its strong and long-lasting orchid fragrance, showing remarkable “YEN flavor”.