Jasmine Tea

Jasmine tea, also called jasmine scented tea, uses green tea as tea base. Jasmine flowers are removed out of finished tea products. It is categorized as green tea with over 1000 years of history. Jasmine tea originates from Fuzhou, Fujian Province, and its tea scent integrated with jasmine scent gains it the reputation of “Nonpareil Jasmine Mellow in the Mortal World”.

Kratom Tea

Kratom tea is one of the most popular ways to use kratom, but what exactly is it, and more importantly, is it safe? In this kratom guide, I will use my personal experience and tons of research to help you decide whether kratom tea is right for you.

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”.

Pu Erh Tea

Pu Erh tea originates from Xishuangbanna, Lincang, Pu Erh tea and other areas in Yunnan Province, where there grow many tall arbors, 16m high, and there are microtrichia on epicormic branches and white pubescence on apical buds.