Many people often ask whether Jin Xuan is oolong tea or green tea, but in fact, Jin Xuan is actually the name of the tea tree variety. The tea leaves picked from Jinxuan can be made into oolong tea or green tea through different degrees of fermentation.
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Tongding Oolong tea can be said to be the most popular tea among Taiwan’s diplomats. Taiwan’s tea-making technology has reached a state of purity and perfection, especially Taiwanese Oolong tea uses semi-fermentation techniques, which is different from Japanese green tea or fully fermented black tea. Semi-fermented tea is a quality test of tea cyanine and tea-making techniques, and Tongding Oolong tea is famous all over the world for this.
People often confuse Dōng Piàn Four Season Tea with Four Season Tea because they are in fact two of the same, with the only differentiating factor being that the Dōng Piàn variant is exclusively picked in winter. Other well-known teas that derive from the Four Season Tea tree include Jinxuan, Yingxiang, Cuiyu, and lightly fermented Baozhong.
Green Jade Oolong is the No. 13 Taiwanese tea, an improved variety officially announced by the Taiwan Council of Agriculture. Jade tea tree varieties are most suitable for making Baozhong tea and lightly fermented oolong tea.
Yingxiang Oolong (AKA Taiwanese tea No. 20) is a new and improved, genetically modified version of Oolong tea which is the first tea tree in Taiwan to obtain “Plant variety right (PVR)” in accordance with the “Plant Variety and Plant Seed Act”. The characteristics of the Yingxiang Oolong variety have the flavour of Qingxin Oolong, and are planted at low altitudes.
What is honey-scented tea and how is it different from honey fragrance tea? Is there anything special or is it just honey added to tea? A common question for many people is how honey-scented tea is produced, is it merely honey added to tea, or is there a more complex process?
What is Oolong Tea? Do you understand tea culture and the benefits of Oolong Tea? Does it have high caffeine? Oolong Tea is one of Taiwan’s most famous tea. In fact, oolong tea is not actually a type of tea, but rather a fermentation method of tea.
When it comes to lemon tea, I believe everyone is familiar with it. The popularity of lemon tea is not only loved by women, but also by men, elders, and children. Do you really know about lemon tea? Do you know the specific benefits of lemon tea?
Do you like drinking herbal tea? It is often said that “girls love flowers and drink scented tea”, but people’s preferences for herbal tea are not based on gender or age group. Herbal tea makes people fall asleep easily, get beautiful skin, even helps digestion, cools off heat, and relieves greasiness.
Starting from “tea brewing tips”, ABoxTik of tea series is a series of 6 Taiwan exquisite teas, and it is the purest and elegant proposal in the bustling city. Want to taste the encounter between tea and boutique? Then you can’t miss these six Taiwan teas!