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.

Orange Tea

Orange, also called gold ring and yellow fruit, is fruit of rutaceous plant, fragrant citrus, and originates in Southeast China, being one of the four globally famous fruits. There are sweet oranges and bitter oranges, and the latter is also called citrus aurantium, tastes sour and bitter, and could not be used much. They are mostly used for fruit juice, and most people eat sweet oranges.

Guava Leaf Tea

Guava is a myrtle originating in South China, and is generally picked in summer and fall. Its tender leaves can be used for tea brewing after drying. Guava leave tastes sweet and acerb, spicy in nature but non-toxic. It has medical effect on relieving diarrhea and lowering blood pressure.

Taro Tea

Taro tea is brewed mainly with wild taros with pointed and fat tails in more than eight hours. Its magical effects gain it the reputation of magical taro tea. Tara tea ensures safety, for it tastes sweet and good and it free of side effects and suitable for both the young and elderly.

Earl Grey Tea

Earl grey tea is mixed with fragrance of grease extracted from fingered citron and other kinds of citrus fruits, and brewed with Chinese tea as base. Its main ingredients include black tea, bergamot oil and calendula, and the special fragrance makes it quite popular in upper class of Europe.