Skullcap Tea

Skullcap, also called turban grass, is a perennial lamiaceae plant unique to North China. Its roots can be used as a medicine and taste bitter, cold in nature. It can be used to clear heat, dryness and damp, relieving lung fire and lowering blood pressure. In the past several hundred years, folk people have been processing its stems and leaves into skullcap tea through steaming and other traditional processes, which is now a main drink for summer heat relief and guest receiving among people living in mountainous areas.

Camellia Tea

Camellia tea is a herbal cuisine mainly made with camellia by placing camellia buds with roots and bases removed in a tea cup to enable their petals to bloom, brewing with boiled water and covering up for 10-15 minutes.Camellia tea contains vegetable protein, various microelements and amino acid, and also abundant minerals and vitamins, which can promote body homergy, relieve weakness and improve physical fitness after being absorbed by human bodies.

Osmanthus Tea

Osmanthus tea, as one of the main tea kind in China, belongs to a scented tea, and is scented with sweet osmanthus and tea leaves, with strong and long-lasting fragrance and bright green infusion. Osmanthus tea is made in 8 processes of tea germ preparation, collection of fresh osmanthus, tea germ scenting, flower cooling, dreg screening, double drying, filter screen package and quality-insured storage in collection, configuration, production, package and all the processes. Its production is extensively popular in Guilin (Guangxi), Xianning (Hubei), Chengdu (Sichuan), Chongqing and other places.

Chai Tea

Chai Tea is made from the leaves of firewood, which grows near irrigation ditches, is a perennial aquatic or wet-grown tall grass.Chai tea is generally available for picking up ten days before and after Qingming and airing naturally.

Strawberry Tea

Strawberry tea is decocted and brewed with strawberries, which contain abundant vitamin and minerals. Content of Vitamin C in every hectogram reaches up to 80 mg, much higher than that in apples and pears. Besides, they also contain glucose, fructose, citric acid, malic acid, carotene, riboflavin and others. All these nutrients can well promote children’s growth, and do great heal to the elder’s health, especially that the large content of Vitamin C can prevent bleeding gum, accelerate wound healing, and make skin smooth and bouncy.