• Exploring the World of Tea: Varieties, Quality, and Flavor

    Tea, a beloved beverage enjoyed by people around the world, comes in various categories, each offering distinct qualities, flavors, and aromas. Beyond the price differences, factors such as fermentation, processing techniques, and packaging contribute to the diversity of the tea market. In this article, we'll delve into some key questions to understand the nuances of different types of tea.
  • Green Tea and Caffeine; Exploring Their Connection

    Green tea is a beverage enjoyed for its taste and renowned health benefits. One of its components is caffeine, a stimulant that not only adds to the flavor of green tea but also plays a significant role in enhancing its overall quality.
  • Unlocking the Mystery of Tea Fuzz

    For those new to the world of tea, encountering tea with plenty of fuzz, such as Silver Needle or Golden Tip Black Tea, can be a perplexing experience. The delicate tea fuzz sticks to your hands when touching the dry leaves, and once you steep the tea in hot water, the fuzz rises and floats in the tea liquor, sometimes making it hard to distinguish between the tea leaves and the fuzzy particles. Some even worry that the tea has gone bad, seeing what looks like mold or excessive hair growth on the leaves.
  • Unraveling the Mysteries of Tea Infusion Colors: The Role of Tea Polyphenols

    Tea enthusiasts have undoubtedly noticed that the infusion colors of the six major tea categories vary significantly. While some may appear similar, there are distinct differences. Have you ever wondered why this happens? The answer lies in the composition of tea polyphenols, which play a crucial role in determining the color of tea infusions. In this blog, we will explore the science behind the captivating colors of different tea infusions.
  • The Health Benefits of Kombucha: Unveiling the Hidden Potentials

    Kombucha, also known as "sea treasure" or "stomach treasure" in some regions, is a fermented beverage made from black tea, white sugar, and water. Rich in beneficial substances, it offers numerous advantages for human health. In this blog post, we will explore the remarkable effects of kombucha that you might not be aware of.
  • How to Appreciate the Quality of Tie Guan Yin Tea: The Five Factors of Tie Guan Yin Tasting in Anxi

    Tie Guan Yin, not only the name of a tea plant but also the name of the tea produced from it, originated in Anxi Xiping Township and boasts a cultivation history of over two centuries. Referred to as the "Supreme Oolong," the quality of Tie Guan Yin can be assessed from five aspects: appearance, sound, color, aroma, and taste. These five aspects constitute the essential factors for evaluating the quality of Tie Guan Yin tea in Anxi.
  • What is Characteristics of Dried Tangerine Peel?

    Qingpi (Green Peel): The fruit peel is not yet fully colored, appearing greenish-brown or even bluish-black. The oil cavities are slightly concave and relatively dense, with hard but thin skin. Chenpi appears greenish-brown to greenish-black, with numerous slightly concave oil cavities, and a tight, smooth inner surface that ranges from snow-white to pale yellow-white or reddish-brown. It has a hard texture and a bitter taste with a fragrant aroma. Oil cavity comparison: Qingpi has densely distributed and very translucent oil cavities.
  • The Bubble Tea Factory Menu: Crafting a Perfect Blend of Flavors

    At The Bubble Tea Factory, creating a menu that delights our customers is no easy task. We take immense pride in our meticulous process, ensuring every drink is a masterpiece. Let's take a behind-the-scenes look at how we craft our signature bubble tea menu.
  • The Bumpy Journey of Opening a Bubble Tea Shop: Lessons and Essential Skills

    Introduction: Embarking on the journey of opening a bubble tea shop can be both thrilling and challenging. In this article, I will share some painful experiences I encountered during the process and highlight the essential skills one must possess to run a successful bubble tea business.
  • Exploring the Exquisite Guzhu Purple Bamboo Shoot Tea

    Guzhu Purple Bamboo Shoot Tea is a unique tea produced in Guzhu Mountain, Changxing County, Zhejiang Province. Its name "Purple Bamboo Shoot" derives from the slight purple hue of the fresh leaves and their resemblance to bamboo shoots when rolled. Let's dive into the captivating qualities and rich history of this remarkable tea.