Our main categories of Chinese tea are Green Tea, Black Tea,
Oolong Tea, White Tea.
Chinese Green tea is light and refreshing. Well known for
its many health benefits, Chinese Green tea helps
to prevent cancer, lowers cholesterol & blood
pressure, strengthens the immune system, prevents
cavities, reduces stress and regulates ageing.
Chinese Black Tea
Tastes thick and robust. Tea connoisseurs
appreciate Chinese Black tea as a beverage with various
purifying qualities. Chinese Black tea blends easily with
other flavors to create a rich and exquisite taste. Regular
consumption of Chinese Black tea can reduce risk of stroke.
Chinese Oolong Tea
Flowery sweet aroma combined with a pleasantly sweet aftertaste,
Chinese Oolong tea never ceases to lose its appeal no matter
how often you drink it. Chinese Oolong tea increases your
body energy, promotes metabolism, controls obesity and helps
to regulate ageing.
Chinese White Tea
Chinese white tea is light and delicately smooth. It is
the least processed tea, undergoing just steaming and drying,
leaving it close to its natural state. Recent studies have
shown that Chinese White tea contains
more cancer-fighting antioxidants than any other teas.
Pu-erh is renowned for its medicinal
qualities. Unlike other teas, Pu-erh's
quality and taste improves with age. Its taste is often
described as earthy but some very well aged Pu-erh
produce cups of incredibly smooth and wonderfully complex
from drinking tea
Tea has antibacterial, antioxidant, antiseptic and detoxifying
properties that make it effective in treating infectious
dysentery as well as easing inflammatory bowel disease.
Prevent Heart Disease
A recent study found that drinking
more than two cups of tea a day helps to decrease the risk
of death following a heart attack by 44 percent.
Green tea extracts were found to inhibit the growth of bladder
cancer cells in the lab - while other studies suggest that
drinking green tea protects against developing stomach,
prostate and esophageal cancers.
Research suggests that older women who are tea drinkers
are 60 percent less likely to develop rheumatoid arthritis
than those who do not drink tea.
Increase Bone Density
Drinking tea regularly for years
may produce stronger bones. Those who drank tea on a regular
basis for 10 or more years had higher-bone mineral density
in their spines than those who had not.
Aid Oral Health
Researchers who have been investigating the medicinal properties
of tea think that tea may be able to help people afflicted
with bad breath, or halitosis, prevent cavities and gum
Strengthen the Immune System
The antioxidant, detoxifying antibacterial
properties of tea, as well as the vitamins and minerals
present in tea helps to strengthen our immune system.
Careful storing of
your teas are important to keep
quality loss to a minimum. Here are a few guidelines: