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    Chinese tea

    Tea is China’s national drink. now tea has become fashionable drink in the world’s three major non-alcoholic drinks (tea, coffee and cocoa), and will be the 21st century king beverage . China is the birthplace of tea, known as “t... 
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    Belgians amazed by Chinese tea

    With the Europalia China art festival coming into the last week, a variety of cultural activities focusing on Beijing are presented in Brussels, the sister city of the Chinese capital. On Friday, visitors were invited to attend a folk music perfor... 
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    Brewing of tea

    There are no hard and fast rules for brewing tea because there are so many taste preferences and drinking habits. Also, each tea has its own characteristics. The bottom line is, make it the way you like it. In general, however, if you keep in mind... 
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  • How to make gongfu tea

    To prepare Gongfu Tea, you need to own at least four pieces of equipment. gongfu tea Things to do before makeing it: a jug (to boil water), a stove (to heat water), a tea pot (made of pottery, very important) and several tea cups. Step 1: Boil the... 
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    Some warnings for tea making

    Watch out for old, out-of-date tea. Check the tea. Smell it. Look at it and check for dried-out leaves. Taste a piece (but don’t taste it if is has been wet and in a container for a long time, or smells completely different from its original scent... 
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  • The Maojian In Xinyang

    Xinyang Maojian Adjust font size: Xinyang Maojian (信阳毛尖) XinYang Maojian is a green tea produced in Xinyang City, Henan Province. It has a deep dark green color and straight thin leaves. Xinyang Maojian has a relatively shorter harvest due to ... 
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  • How To Make Iced Tea

    Iced Tea Iced tea is a refreshing beverage that has to be prepared ahead of time and best kept refrigerated. 1 Bring 2 cups (480 ml) of water with a pinch of baking soda in a small pan to a rapid rolling boil. Baking soda reduces any bitterness fr... 
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  • The First People Who Brought Tea to Europe

    The First People Who Brought Tea to Europe Though traders must have long carried tales of tea and even tea samples from China and Japan to Europe, a Portuguese Jesuit missionary, Jasper de Cruz was the first person to document his experiences of m... 
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  • Yixing Teapots

    Yixing Teapots Clay teapots from the town in Yixing, near Wuxi, are an indispensable accessory for tea drinkers throughout China. Usually small, squat, and brown, fine craftsmanship and special materials make them an ideal vessel for making tea. T... 
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  • Tea History And The History Of The Leaf

    Tea History And The History Of The Leaf The Chinese have been drinking tea for a long time. Legend tells us that tea the drink, was discovered accidentally around 2700 BC by the mythical Emperor known as the Divine Cultivator, Shen Nong. Tea has b... 
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