Well, finally we have started winter! On Saturday even the sun came out for the first time in several months. I really like these winter moments – when you do not need to rush anywhere, on the street, snow and frost, and you’re sitting at home in the warmth of the large window, and so becomes a cozy and good. And really want to cook something cozy and warming. For example, hot chocolate. No, not just cocoa. And not even just hot chocolate. But something quite unusual, which is never and nowhere had not tried. For example, orange. Hmm. and how to do it – do not add the same orange juice, in fact. But then I thought – no need add anything anywhere. You can simply flavored creamer. It’s just the perfect way to get drink every taste – even ginger, mint though. Continue reading
One day my friends, examining the characteristics of this type of tea, came to the conclusion that it is possible to live almost on one the white tea. White tea — in Chinese the pronunciation of “Bai Cha” 白茶 ) – despite very modest number of varieties are very different and self-sufficient. One kind of Bai cha will give you ease of green tea. Another warm, as warm Oolong and red teas. Third, pressed and villiany few years, will replace Shen-PU-erh.
Of course, we had slightly exaggerated. Puerh, Oolong teas, red teas have their own unique differences. And yet, in our comparison is the truth: different types of white tea are so unlike each other that it is sometimes
difficult to believe in their relationship.
Varieties of white tea
Classics Bai Cha is a type of Bai Hao Yin Zhen (the”Silver needle with white pile”). For the production of this tea is used exclusively Continue reading
Da Hong PAO
Leader in flavor, rich taste and beneficial effects on the body certainly can be called tea Da Hong PAO.
Tea Da Hong PAO grown and produced on the cliffs of Fujian (Northern part). The high cost of Chinese tea in comparison with other kinds due to the fact that the bushes do not grow plantations, and may be taken and give Mature leaves only in some areas, mostly on the slopes of Wuyi mountain.
Fermentation of tea leaves takes a long time, what defines a strong, sometimes pungent taste and smell of tea. A little honey shades and floral notes interwoven with mountain freshness – the effect of unexpected and alluring, who wants to feel again and again. A tea aftertaste lasts longer than after other Chinese teas, so the purpose of the tea ceremony Continue reading