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Why should Pu'er tea be pressed into tea cakes? 2

Why should Pu'er tea be pressed into tea cakes? 2

2022-09-22 18:15:48

Modern pressed cake is supported by science, which proves that the pressed cake has more advantages than loose tea in the process of transformation.

Why should Pu'er tea be pressed into tea cakes? 1

Why should Pu'er tea be pressed into tea cakes? 1

2022-09-22 18:08:30

The selection of history produced Pu'er tea cakes, but the unique shape of Pu'er tea has been preserved to this day due to its unique tea aroma.

How To Process Wuyi Rock Tea? 2

How To Process Wuyi Rock Tea? 2

2022-09-09 15:31:27

Proper drying can fully reflect the aroma of Wuyi rock tea in the final stage, here is the more information of the drying.

How To Prcess Wuyi Rock Tea? 1

How To Prcess Wuyi Rock Tea? 1

2022-09-09 15:24:25

Withering and shaking green are the key steps in the production of Wuyi rock tea. Welcome your contact for more details.

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Black Tea From China To The World

2021-04-27 18:27:12

Lapsang Souchong black tea entered Europe in 1610. In 1662, when Princess Catherine of Portugal married King Charles II, her dowry contained boxes of Chinese Lapsang Souchong black tea. Since then, black tea was brought to the British court, and drinking black tea quickly became an indispensable part of the life of the British royal family. In the early London tea market in the United Kingdom, only Lapsang Souchong black tea was sold, and the price was extremely high. Only the rich and wealthy could drink it. Lapsang Souchong black tea became an indispensable beverage for the upper class in Britain. The British love black tea. Gradually, drinking black tea has evolved into a noble and beautiful black tea culture and spread it to the world.

In 1689, Britain set up a base in Xiamen, Fujian Province, China, and purchased a large amount of Chinese tea. Britain drinks more black tea than green tea, and has developed its unique black tea culture, which is related to the above-mentioned historical events. Because the tea purchased in Xiamen is a semi-fermented black tea-"Wuyi tea", a large amount of Wuyi tea flowed into the UK, replacing the original green tea market, and soon became the mainstream of Western European tea. Later, tea experts classified the tea according to the method of making tea and the characteristics of the tea. The red leaves of the red soup after brewing Wuyi tea belong to the "black tea category" according to its nature. But the common name of the British "Black tea" has been followed down to refer to "black tea”.