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Bai Mu Dan tea is usually grown in the Fujian Province of China. White tea in general is the least processed tea of all, preserving most of its innate properties. The Bai Mu dan is known for its high proportion of anti-oxidants polyphenols and for its cooling effects.
Chamomile is known more as a medicinal tea with a pleasant taste. It provides significant relief for health problems such as indigestion, hyperacidity, travel sickness, cramps, inflamed skin, even poor sleep. Chamomile relieves inflammation, acidity and cramps and encourages healing. A regular cup of tea is very helpful in inflammatory conditions such as gastritis, Crohn’s disease and colitis.
Earl Grey is one of the most recognized flavoudred teas in the world. This quintessentially British tea is typically a black tea base flavoured with oil from the rind of bergamot orange, a citrus fruit with the appearance and flavour somewhere between an orange and a lemon with a little grapefruit and lime thrown in. Queen Elizabeth II is drinking it with milk without sugar.
Green tea from the Guangdong province of China. The name of this tea is said to derive from its visual similarity to military gun¬powder. Gunpowder is the favorite green tea of Morocco and the Middle East, where it is commonly prepared with mint and sugar. See our Touareg tea.
The tea with a creamy addition that adds a smooth rich texture. The cream is smooth and the whiskey tangy. Exciting as a completely different drink and surprising because it seems like chocolate and vanilla, with its simple flavours of whiskey and cream. This is a good tea among a decent number of other good teas.
Of all the black teas that China produces, Keemun is perhaps the most well-known. Keemun has gained a reputation for an indescribable flavour, with hints of smoky pine, orchid, crushed apple and a rich sweet taste. The aroma of Keemun is fruity, with hints of pine and floweriness which creates the very distinctive and balanced taste. It also displays a hint of delicious orchid fragrance and the so-called ‘China tea sweetness’.