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  • Feb 17, 2021
  • by Terry WU

Oolong tea is partially oxidised, with green leaves and red edges, and has both the freshness of green tea and the sweetness and mellowness of black tea. Oolong means dark green dragon. About the name, there are a few old tales to tell. There is...

  • Jan 31, 2021
  • by Terry WU

Introduction of White Tea White tea is one of the six major types of tea in China, the production method is simple and unique, no de-enzyme and no kneading, only withering and drying, especially the white tea with vintage, the effect is better. There is a...

  • Jan 21, 2021
  • by Terry WU

The Origin and History of Tea in ChinaIntroduction: From the ancient times when Shennong tasted the hundred herbs to the present day, the demand for tea has become more and more widespread in modern times. Tea drinking has also become the most common hospitality ritual...

  • Jan 07, 2020
  • by Terry WU

It is always pleasant to sipp on some hot and naturally infused water. Why do we recommend that you start consuming tea and make it a part of your everyday routine? The answer to that is pretty simple. Tea is nature's gift for better health....

  • Oct 09, 2019
  • by Terry WU

At Teamoo, green tea is a staple product because it can rejuvenate refreshing energy for us all day round. Green tea is grown from the camellia sinensis which produces smaller tea leaves and is quite often found in the mountainous regions of China and Japan....