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Posted by Admin | Food & Beverage | Tuesday 1 October 2013 6:43 am

Selecting Chinese teas is a subject of knowledge. Here are 4 essential steps you need to know:

Looking: the shape of the suspensions, every leaf shape gap is not huge, and the appearance is not particularly difficult. First, look at the appearance of this kind of tea. Look to make people feel happy and comfortable, at the same time check the broken tea. Whether some yellow black tea mixed in the middle, and the entire tea looks no less luster or shine. Each leaf shape gap is not huge. The appearance is not particularly difficult.

Smelling: smell the aroma of good tea should be pure and without inclusions. The aroma of tea should be natural. After baking, it should be with a kind of fragrance after high temperature. In addition, it is important to note the aroma of tea drink should before and make tea aroma all the time. So it can be avoid to add spices.

Asking: ask the tea seller or tea friends and know more knowledge of tea. Each kind of tea should have a relatively clear route, especially the season of green tea. Because green tea is fresh tea. Businessmen should know the source of the goods and related information. Otherwise there is a problem. For the tea is true or false, it will be distinguishby yourself. If you can find some related information in advance and know about basic problems, it is more easy to choose the good green tea.

Brewing: at last try to drink yourself. Is it good tea or not, you can know that through drinking. People who love tea has its enjoy life. It is also unique to  understand the tea. Whether a tea is suitable for yourself and isn’t it nice, you can know only into his eloquence. So before buying, taste is essential.

Top 10 Chinese teas:

– Longjing (Dragon Well): Produced at Longjing village near the West Lake, Hangzhou, Zhejiang.
– Biluochun: Produced at Wu County, Jiangsu.
– Huangshanmaofeng: Produced at Mt. Huangshan in Anhui.
– Junshan Silver Needle: Produced at Qingluo Island on Dongting Lake.
– Qimen Black Tea: Produced at Qimen County in Anhui.
– Liuan Guapian: Produced at Liuan County in Henan.
– Xinyang Maojian: Produced at Xinyang, Henan.
– Duyun Maojian: Produced at Duyun Mountain, Guizhou.
– Wuyi Rock Tea: Produced at Wuyi Mountain, Fujian.
– Tieguanyin: Produced at Anxi County, Fujian.