Chinese Tea Culture

China's traditional arts command a great part of the country's rich heritage. Since ancient time, Chinese society has cherished excellence in its arts. Over centuries, Chinese arts have developed its own unique styles and forms. Singing, sculpture, calligraphy, painting, carving and others are the timeworn forms of expression in Chinese arts.

Chinese Tea Culture

Chinese Tea Art

The Chinese tea lore is several hundred years and even thousands of years earlier than that of Japan. It can be said that the Chinese tea lore places an emphasis on spirit and makes light of form. It also has different representations at different historical stages. Teas are also different but all embody the tea spi... read more »

Chinese Tea Classification

Chinese famous tea is mainly divided into green tea, black tea, Wulong tea, white tea, yellow tea, black tea and reprocessed tea.

Green Tea

Green tea is also called unfermentated tea. With the new shoots of appropriate tea trees as raw materials, it is made by adopting the typical techniques of ina... read more »

Chinese Tea History

The history of Chinese tea is a long and slow story of refinement. Generations of growers and producers have perfected the Chinese way of producing tea, along with its many unique regional variations.

The original idea is credited to the Emperor Shen Nong. His far-sighted edicts required, among other things,... read more »