Cha is chinese for tea and there are so many varieties of Chinese tea in the market. If you don’t have a native Mandarin and Cantonese speaking tongue, you might not be even aware two teas were actually the same only given different names.
It is easy to get overwhelmed when choosing what you want as part of your tea line.
To make it a bit easier, we have chosen our 5 best Chinese tea that we recommend based on our experience of selling tea online since 2003 as well as feedback of retail customers, and partners of restaurant and cafe owners.
- sometimes this tea goes sold out in our shop Teas.com.au
- well-loved for its light fragrant coupled with a full pack of anti-oxidants.
- hand-made very high quality tea from the village of the same name
- most well-known Chinese tea
- also known as Lung Ching, Pinyin, Longjing Cha.
- also a tea that sometimes goes sold out in Teas.com.au
- drank by a lot because of its relaxing properties and because it is caffeine-free
- it is tea type of its own because it is the one and only post-fermented tea
- drank for its digestive aiding properties and ability to cleanse fat
- this tea is also superb to warm bodies in cold climate
- a wonderful yin-yang tea because it is both strong and soft at the same time
- also sought out because of its “slimming” properties