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Why Is Black Tea In Tight Strips?

Why Is Black Tea In Tight Strips?

2021-07-28 16:02:02

The tight strip shaped black tea is more resistant to brewing, and the straight strip shape is more popular with consumers. Master the rolling technology of black tea, choose the correct rolling equipment, welcome your consultation!

Withering Of Black Tea

Withering Of Black Tea

2021-07-20 15:08:21

Withering is the first process in making black tea. Master the correct withering time and withering temperature to achieve the desired degree of withering.

Making The Flat Shape Green Tea

Making The Flat Shape Green Tea

2021-07-13 17:00:39

Flat green tea makes green tea appear in a different shape from ordinary strip green tea when brewed. Through the production of flat green tea, it can be marketed as a market segment with other forms of green tea.

A Pearl Type Green Tea: Biluochun

A Pearl Type Green Tea: Biluochun

2021-07-12 14:53:03

The shape of green tea is more than just a straight rope shape. Our company introduces the production of green tea in different shapes. Upgrade the grade of tea and increase the selling price of tea,

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Famous Black Tea Varieties In The World(2)

2021-06-18 17:21:12

Ceylon Heights black tea is most famous for Uwo tea, which is produced on the east side of the mountainous area of Sri Lanka and is one of the four major black teas in the world. The east side of Sri Lanka’s mountainous area is full of clouds all year round. The northeast monsoon blowing in winter brings more rainfall (November to February of the following year), which is unfavorable for tea plantation production. Therefore, the best tea quality is obtained from July to September. On the west side, due to the influence of the southwest monsoon rain in summer (May-August), the Tingbula tea and Nuwara Eliya tea produced are best harvested from January to March.

Assam black tea is produced in the Assam valley in the foothills of the Assam Himalayas in northeastern India. The local sunshine is strong, and another tree needs to be planted to moderately shade the tea trees; due to the abundant rainfall, it promotes the flourishing of tropical Assam tea trees. The best quality is picked from June to July, but autumn tea from October to November is more fragrant. Assam black tea, the shape of the tea is thin and flat, and the color is dark brown; the soup is dark red and slightly brown, with a light malt and rose fragrance, and a strong taste.