Do you like Chinese tea? Green tea, white tea, black tea, or pu-erh tea?

My clients often ask me where to buy Chinese tea and which Chinese tea is better: green tea, white tea, black tea, oolong, or pu-erh? We all love to drink Chinese tea and prefer different teas for their characteristics and taste: green tea, white tea, black tea, pu-erh, or oolong. All Chinese teas are useful and tasty in their own way. You just need to really taste them or try them once. I drink only Chinese tea. Only few clients of mine forget to buy a couple of kilograms of Chinese tea on arrival in China. As is our custom, the rest visit tea shops to buy their favorite Chinese tea.  I think we should not talk about the diversity of Chinese tea that can be bought right here in China or only in China.

Everyone who was once in China certainly went to a teahouse where he was treated to the famous Chinese tea. You won’t find such tea in the shops of any Russian city. Many have been to the tea markets of China, and some had a chance to visit even tea plantations.  Chinese tea is a tradition. Chinese tea is not only useful, but also, we can say, is fashionable today. Those who take care of their health and weight—young girls, guys, elderly women and men—prefer Chinese tea to any other drink.

The benefits of Chinese tea are well described in different sources: it promotes weight loss, improves metabolism, purifies the blood, reduces blood pressure, and prevents cancer. It is invigorating too. These health benefits of Chinese tea made it popular among Russian people and people from other countries. The whole world drinks Chinese tea today. Some drink green tea or pu-erh tea to lose weight; some drink oolongs (such as Tieguanyin) to wake up; others just enjoy the aroma and taste of Chinese tea.

If you are on my website, then you certainly have some connections with China. I’m pretty sure you love to drink Chinese tea as well as I do. I prefer Tieguanyin (oolong tea), Jin Jun Mei and pu-erh.  Right now I’m drinking amber pu-erh with a slight prune taste. It has given me the idea of sharing some Chinese traditions with my clients or just readers. So what Chinese tea will you choose?

If you run out of Chinese tea and you are not going to China soon, if you like to invite friends or business partners for a cup of tea, you can order Chinese tea directly in China. Just send me a request. I will send you any type of tea as I am right here in China, and I can get you incredibly fragrant and healthy teas.

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Author: Anna Morozyuk

Anna Morozyuk I live in Guangzhou (China). My specialty is translator and representative in China. I have certificates and diplomas confirming the level of knowledge of the Chinese language. I perform services in China such as the search for manufacturers, quality control, represent in exhibitions, organizing the supply of goods, big equipment from China, delivery and customs clearance from China.