Dark Tea

Dark tea is called so because of its black appearance, being one of the six major teas. The post-fermented tea is mainly produced in Guangxi, Sichuan, Yunnan, Hubei, Hunan, Shaanxi, Anhui and other provinces. Traditional dark tea is made with highly-matured raw dark green tea which is a major raw material for compressed teas.

Pekoe Tea

Pekoe tea from Lingyun County, originally called raw white tea as it is fully covered with pekoe on back, mainly grows in Old Cengwang Mountain and Qinglong Mountain shrouded by mist all year long. The advantaged natural environment makes it a rising star among all famous Chinese teas, featured in jade green color, numerous pekoe, mellow fragrance, strong taste and endurance. It was listed into the first batch of national high-quality tea varieties in 1984.

Violet Tea

Violet, featured in strong fragrance, slight bitterness and a little bit mystery and dignity, leaves a faint fragrance after eating, and magically changes colors in brewing, from light purple to light brown, and from light blue to pink after dropping lemon juice.


Artemisia, also called selengensis, can be used as a vegetable by cold cooking or stir-frying, and also as tea leaves after baking. Artemisia is rich in various micro elements, also called “body cleaning agent”, and have effects of lowering blood pressure and blood fat in a long term, clearing away in-body waste and enhance immunity. It also has the reputation of “guardian angel for human body” and can nourish stomach and spleen, dispel effects of alcohol and protect liver and many other human organs.

Chickweed Tea

Different from teas that we have at ordinary times, made with leaves picked from tea trees and being a quite safe traditional drink, chickweed tea is made with a stellaria herb of caryophyllaceae family, called “chickweed”. It is named myosoton aquaticum in Compendium of Materia Medica, also called endarachne binghamiae, malachium aquaticum, water chickweed, etc. in local places.

Marjoram Tea

Marjoram tea is brewed with plant marjoram, belonging to lamiaceae origanum family, also called origanum majorana and mrjorm. Marjoram originates in the Mediterranean coast, North America and other places, and mainly grow in France, Germany, Italy, Spain and other mild regions in Europe. Scented tea brewed with flowers and leaves of marjoram has medical effects on calming down and promoting digestion.

Alfalfa Tea

Alfalfa is a wild herb, and also an editable wild vegetable, which has numerous nutrients and tender taste and various health-care effects. Alfalfa shall be firstly washed clean, placed in a pot, and boiled with an appropriate amount of clean water before drinking.

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.