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  • Sale! Bai-Mudan-white-Peony-Tea-By-Teada

    Bai Mudan – White Peony Tea

    Bai Mudan (Chinese: 白牡丹; pinyin: bái mǔdān; literally: “white peony“, pronounced [pǎi mù.tán]) The famous Bai Mu Dan tea belongs to white teas. Another name for tea is White Peony. Imagine a fragrant cup of a delicious drink in front of you, which emanates such an aroma that you just want to take off!

    $11.70 $7.75 / Oz Add to cart
  • Baihao-Yinzhen-White-Tea-Teada

    Baihao Yinzhen – White Tea of Fujian Province

    A genuine Silver Needle is a white tea. As such, it is only lightly oxidized. The most sought after productions are from the first flushes, which generally take place between late March to early April, when the year’s first new buds “flush”. For the production of Silver Needle, only the leaf shoots, i.e. the leaf buds before opening, are plucked. Unlike the plucking of green tea, the ideal time and weather for plucking white tea is a sunny morning when the sun is high enough to have dried any remaining moisture on the buds.

    Traditionally, the plucks are laid in shallow baskets to wilt under the sun for an extended period, and the best quality produced today are still made this way. To avoid loss due to sudden rain, gusts, or other accidents, some producers are taking the plucks indoor to wilt in a chamber with artificial warm air flow. The softened shoots are then piled for the required enzymeoxidation (often incorrectly referred to as fermentation) before they are taken for a low temperature bake-dry.

    Two regions, Zhenghe and Fuding, spanning the north to north-eastern parts of the Fujian province are the major and original producers of this tea, although neighboring counties have also been producing. The two major cultivars employed by these regions are Fuding Da Bai and Zhenghe Da Bai, named after their origins. These differences are important to distinguish the two major styles of Silver Needles — the Zhenghe style and the Fuding style. The former is usually a lot darker, with significantly longer piled-up time for oxidation, yielding a tea with fuller body than the latter style, which is generally lighter with shorter oxidation. The character of the tea tree leaves of the former allows for the extended piled-up time without turning bad. Both styles have their own group of followers, as taste is a rather personal preference.

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  • Blackcurrant-Tea-from-Teadastore

    Black Currant Tea

    Black currant – shrubs, fruits, leaves and branches of which are rich in vitamins and minerals. In folk medicine, black currants are used to strengthen immunity and treat certain diseases.

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  • feng-huang-dan-cong-Guangdong-Province-Tea-from-Teada

    Feng Huang Dan Cong Blue Label – Oolong of Guangdong Province

    Dancong is a Chinese oolong tea. It is difficult to brew correctly and can easily become bitter; however, when done right, a high-grade cup is regarded by many as the ultimate tea. Known for its ability to imitate the flavors and aromas of various fruits and flowers, it can taste and/or smell like longan (a popular fruit in China) orchids, honeysuckle, dried fruit, ginger, almonds, grapefruit, cinnamon, sweet apricots, peach and mango.

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    Feng Huang Dan Cong Red Label – Oolong of Guangdong Province

    Dancong is a Chinese oolong tea. It is difficult to brew correctly and can easily become bitter; however, when done right, a high-grade cup is regarded by many as the ultimate tea. Known for its ability to imitate the flavors and aromas of various fruits and flowers, it can taste and/or smell like longan (a popular fruit in China) orchids, honeysuckle, dried fruit, ginger, almonds, grapefruit, cinnamon, sweet apricots, peach and mango.

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  • hibiscus tea organic from teadastore.com

    Hibiscus Tea

    The tea made of hibiscus flowers is known by many names in many countries around the world and is served both hot and cold. The beverage is well known for its red color, tartness and unique flavor. Additionally, it is highly nutritious because of its vitamin C content.

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  • Honeybush Tea from teadaStore

    Honeybush Tea

    The leaves of honeybush are commonly used to make herbal teas. It grows only in small areas in the southwest and southeast of South Africa and has many similarities with rooibos.

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  • Lan-Gui-Ren-Ginseng-Oolong-Tea-by-Teada

    Lan Gui Ren – Ginseng Oolong Tea

    Lan Gui Ren, which translates to “Lady Orchid”, originates from the southwestern province of Yunnan, China. This tea is produced by tightly compressing the grinded tea leaves with powdered American Ginseng and Liquorice Grass into the shape of tiny tablets.

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  • Organic-Ceylon-Orange-Pekoe-from-Teadastore

    Organic Ceylon Orange Pekoe Tea

    Orange pekoe (/ˈpɛkoʊ, ˈpiːkoʊ/), also spelled pecco, or OP is a term used in the Western tea trade to describe a particular genre of black teas (orange pekoe grading).

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