Traditional Chinese Way to brew/make Puerh tea with Yixing Clay (Zisha) Teapot.
Pu-erh tea is also known for being beneficial in many other ways, such as being healthy for your hair, skin and face, and is also very widely known as a weight loss tea, to help lose weight in combination with a healthy diet and exercise. Pu-erh tea also nourishes the stomach and helps to burn fat while reducing levels of bad cholesterol in your bloodstream. Because of the intoxicating aroma and flavor of Pu-erh tea as well as all of its purported benefits, many people enjoy a good Pu-erh tea.
Due to the way Pu-erh is processed, we will first wash the Pu-erh tea to rinse away any impurities acquired during processing so that the flavor of the liquor is purely that of the Pu-erh tea itself.
-Western way of brewing Pu-erh tea
-Brewing Pu-erh Tea in the Traditional Chinese Method
There are many substances which are beneficial to your health in teas. In fact the more often you drink tea, the more it will enhance your health.
People throughout the world enjoy teas of all kinds, and China itself has an extensive and unique history of drinking tea. Here are some tips for drinking tea to enjoy your tea experience to the fullest and to avoid any unpleasant effects of drinking tea.
-Do Not Drink Tea While Hungry
-Never Drink Tea Which Is Too Hot
-Keep Your Tea Light
-Keep Brewing Time As Short As Possible
-Avoid Re-Brewing Your Tea Leaves Too Many Times
-Do Not Drink Excessive Amounts of Tea Before a Meal
-Don’t Drink Tea Immediately Following a Meal
-Do Not Take Medications With Your Tea
-Only Drink Freshly Brewed Tea
Pu-erh, which is tea that has a very unique shape, aroma, flavor, and appearance is a great Chinese tea to check out. When it comes to the tea in our daily lives, it actually makes a big difference. It doesn’t matter if you are a female, male, child, or an adult the tea is good for you. If you are looking for weight loss, having a nice figure, or lowering your blood pressure, it is for you. On top of that, it has a great taste and flavor that makes it nice to drink.
The important thing to note is that this tea can be classified in two main categories: non-fermented and fermented tea.
Raw Pu-erh (Puerh Sheng, Non-Fermented Tea)
Ripe Pu-erh (Puerh Shu, Fermented Tea)
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Pu-erh tea is a delicious, mellow and earthy tea which is a post fermentation tea which is famous worldwide for its distinctly unique qualities. Unlike other teas which degrade and lose their freshness with age, Pu-erh tea gets better with age, like a fine vintage wine.
But Pu-erh tea can only improve with age when stored properly, so let us explore the most ideal ways to store your Pu-erh tea to ensure the highest quality possible.
-Air and Humidity
-The Importance of Clean Air
-Indocalamus or Using the Original Packaging for Storage of Pu-erh Tea
-Professional Storage of Teas
Why Green Tea Can Lose Weight?
Green tea of high quality has green dry tea, green liquor and green tea leaves, which is the so called “Three Green”. As the hero that helping green tea drinkers, EGCG(tea polyphenol) could prevent cancer, reduce blood fat, protecting you from radiation and decrease the damage of nicotine.
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Matters Need Attention of Tea Drinking
Drinking tea has many health benefits, but we would like to discuss some of the more common physical effects of drinking tea which makes it such a beneficial beverage. Drinking tea can quench thirst, however some people experience the opposite and feel even more thirsty while drinking tea. How can this happen and why does it happen to some people but not others?
1. Keeping Cool While Drinking Hot Tea
2. Hot Teas Cooling Effects
3. Saliva Production
4. Drinking Tea Making You Feel Thirsty?
Tea as we know it today originated in China. The ancient Chinese discovered the tea plant and its uses, which began as medicinal uses then evolved into recreational use where they began making tea solely for the pleasure of drinking and storing it for consumption.
In China, the custom of drinking tea spread quickly and widely and evolved from the tea-horse trade route. However it wasn’t until the late 15th century when the East began to trade with the West, that the Western world gradually learned about the beauty and wonder of tea, and by the beginning of the 17th century the Chinese began regular exportation of tea to the Western world.
-The Ancient Tea-horse Trade Route
-Sea Trade Routes Increase the Spread of Tea Throughout the World
The long pot, a traditional chinese featured teapot, is named by the long lenth of its spout, aslo called long spout copper pot, long spout pot, long stream pot and so on. Most of them are made of copper.
Long pot in northeast China was firstly used for drinking alcohol instead of water. Due to the cold weather, people often gathered together around a bonfire and drank wine for warm. When pouring liquor for a person two seats or more away from you, it was more convenient to use a long spout pot as there was no need to stand up or to step aside for making space to pour liquor.