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[2014.03.18]
The Beauty of Pu-erh Tea Mao-Cha

During our purchasing of Pu-erh tea in Yunnan, we select the tea in mao-cha form. A mao-cha means loose tea ri …

[2013.12.06]
The Gungfu brewing method of Phoenix Oolong by the local tea expert

We made a video to demonstrate the authentic brewing method of Phoenix Dan Cong oolong by the local tea expert …

[2013.09.25]
3 important points for preparing the nice cup of iced Darjeeling Tea

Darjeeling tea is a delicious beverage when drank as iced tea. My family, especially my children love iced Dar …

[2013.08.05]
Gu Shu Yinzhen, the Yunnan White Tea made from the old tea tree

We have just released Gu Shu Yinzhen. Gu Shu means “old tree” in Chinese. This tea was produced fr …

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[2013.08.04]
Phoenix Lao Cong Gui Hua Xiang Dan Cong

Why do we have to visit Phoenix town every year? We have been visiting Phoenix town every year since 2010. Som …

[2013.07.31]
The Secret of Grading on Ripe Pu-erh Tea

The ripe Pu-erh tea is often classified into various grades. The highest grade of the ripe Pu-erh tea is calle …

[2013.07.26]
Video: Pan-frying Process of Pu-erh Tea

I made a video showing the pan-frying process of pu-erh tea. It was recorded this year when I visited Yunnan i …

[2013.07.24]
What is “Lao Cong” Phoenix Dong Cong Oolong?

The Phoenix oolong tea is often called as Phoenix Dan Cong oolong Tea. The “Dan Cong” means a sing …

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