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How To Brew Chinese Tea --BESTLEAFTEA

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Chinese tea has a history of 5000 years. With the development of tea culture, people have figured out the optimal ways to enjoy different type of teas. In a traditional Chinese tea ceremony, it involves multiple steps which require a well-trained people to make a good cup of tea. Basically, there are 4 principles for brewing teas: the amount of tea and water, water quality and temperature, brewing timing and tea wares.

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BESTLEAFTEA On Asian American Expo 2019

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On Saturday January 18, 2019, BESTLEAFTEA attended Asian American Expo in Pomona Fairplex Center in California. Even though online marketing strategies have became critical to business in digital area, meeting customers in person remains a top reason for us to participate in the expo.

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Ancient Tree Black Tea vs Normal Black Tea

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Ancient tree black tea is uses fresh leaves of ancient wild tea tree leaves as raw material, the tree age normally is over 200 years. The older tree get the deeper root and rich in minerals.So it makes the flavor so unique.

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How Can I Find Authentic JinJunMei Black Tea

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JinJunMei(金骏眉) black tea is the tea bud of small species of wild tea, which was picked in the national nature reserve WuYi mountain at an altitude of 1500-1800 meters before the QingMing festival.With the same traditional procedure of Lapsang Souchong is handmade by the tea master. So as a tea buyer, how can I distinguish my JinJunMei is authentic, let’s get started.

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Do you know Shou Mei Tea?

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Shou Mei, a category of white tea, because it looks like the eyebrows of the elderly longevity, so named Shou Mei(寿眉). Because of the high proportion of leaves, the tea polysaccharide content of shou mei is more than  white peony tea, sweetness is more excellent than white peony tea. As a white tea product, Shou Mei made entirely from the tender tips and leaves of the tea tree. It basically contains less buds, Shou Mei looks like dead leaves, but tastes soft and smooth. Traditional white tea can be pressed into tea cake as more and more people drink white tea now, more...

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