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  1. Jasmine Dragon Pearls Jasmine Dragon Pearls

    Jasmine Dragon Pearls

    Perfumy, hand-rolled jasmine tea made from the most tender tea leaves and best Fujian jasmines. When added to hot water, the pearls majestically unfurl, filling the room with sweet jasmine scent and flavor. Learn More
  2. West Lake Dragon Well Tea - Longjing Tea West Lake Dragon Well Tea - Longjing Tea

    West Lake Dragon Well Tea - Longjing Tea

    The West Lake dragon well tea is the most famous green tea from China. This artisanal tea is handpicked and pan-fired by skilled tea masters, resulting in toasty taste and perfectly flattened shape. Beautifully smooth and refreshing. Learn More
  3. Bi Luo Chun Green Tea Bi Luo Chun Green Tea

    Bi Luo Chun Green Tea

    Aromatic, smooth and mellow. Found on virtually every list of the Ten Most Famous Chinese Teas, bi luo chun green tea is renowned for its fruity taste and lingering floral aroma. Its name, literally meaning “blue snail spring,” is inspired by its delicate spiral shape that resembles a snail house. Learn More
  4. Ming Qian Huang Shan Mao Feng Tea Ming Qian Huang Shan Mao Feng Tea

    Ming Qian Huang Shan Mao Feng Tea

    A highly prized Chinese green tea from Huang Shan (Yellow Mountain) in Anhui Province. Leaves are picked in early spring, before the Spring Festival, when the buds are still tender and full of flavor. The Chinese Department of Foreign Affairs serves this fine green tea to important foreign visitors, while monks in the Yellow Mountain love this tea for its taste and meditative effect. Learn More
  5. First Flush Longjing Tea First Flush Longjing Tea

    First Flush Longjing Tea

    A first flush Longjing tea picked in early spring. An exceptional quality rarely seen outside of China. Learn More
  6. Daughter's Ring Early Spring Green Tea - Ming Qian Nu'er Huan Tea Daughter's Ring Early Spring Green Tea - Ming Qian Nu'er Huan Tea

    Daughter's Ring Early Spring Green Tea - Ming Qian Nu'er Huan Tea

    A farmer needs to work seven days, just to produce about 1.5 kg of this artisan tea, picking only the most-tender leaves from large-leaf tea trees in Simao, Yunnan. Afterwards, each ring is carefully hand-rolled piece by piece, requiring patience and mastery of advanced tea processing skills. A pure organic and luxury green tea. Learn More
  7. Xin Yang Mao Jian Xin Yang Mao Jian

    Xin Yang Mao Jian

    The most flavorful and fragrant of all Chinese green teas. Xin Yang Mao Jian’s small, roundish leaves with fine, white hairs develop into an intense green color when brewed, producing a refreshing liquor that transports you to a relaxing, calming world after a long day. Robust flavor, lingering fragrance and an invigorating taste. Learn More
  8. Monkey Picked Green Tea - Tai Ping Hou Kui Monkey Picked Green Tea - Tai Ping Hou Kui

    Monkey Picked Green Tea - Tai Ping Hou Kui

    Possibly China’s most luxurious gift tea. The monkey picked tea (tai ping hou kui in Chinese) won the 2004 King of Tea award. The tea’s long, flat, and straight dry leaves become larger when brewed, almost like flower petals dancing in the cup. The Monkey King has a mellow aroma reminiscent of orchids, making it a very soothing tea. In 2007, Chinese president Hu Jintao presented this tea as a gift to President Vladimir Putin. Mellow, soothing and rejuvenating. Learn More
  9. Liu An Melon Seed Liu An Melon Seed

    Liu An Melon Seed

    A legendary favorite tea of emperors and dignitaries including the empress Dowager Cixi and Henry Kissinger. Liu An Melon Seed is known for its unique shape and taste. Single leaves, carefully cut to equal size, are pan-fired over low heat, shaping the leaves into a beautiful melon-seed shape and creating a tea with bright green leaves and a refreshing, crisp flavor. Learn More
  10. Anji White Tea - Anji Bai Cha Anji White Tea - Anji Bai Cha

    Anji White Tea - Anji Bai Cha

    Fresh and creamy soft with notes of citrus and nuts. From Anji, the town of dense bamboo forests and tea cultivation, comes Anji Bai Cha, one of the rarest of all Chinese teas. With long, delicate, vivid green leaves, Anji white tea is beautiful in every sense of the word. A tea connoisseur’s dream. Learn More
  11. Imperial Jasmine Green Tea Imperial Jasmine Green Tea

    Imperial Jasmine Green Tea

    Reserved for the imperial families since the Song Dynasty in 960 AD. All the appeal and flavor of green tea and enhanced by the aroma of jasmine flowers, Emporial Jasmine Green Tea has a subtly sweet taste and blooming fragrance. Light, soft, and perfumy with a delicate mouthfeel. Learn More
  12. Mao Jian Tea Mao Jian Tea

    Mao Jian Tea

    Small and curly leaves that are reminiscent of our bi luo chun but with a stronger, more vibrant taste. If you are looking for a highly refreshing green tea that leaves a fresh, clean taste in your mouth, then mao jian is just what you need. Learn More
  13. Huang Shan Mao Feng Green Tea Huang Shan Mao Feng Green Tea

    Huang Shan Mao Feng Green Tea

    This is the tea served to foreign visitors by the Chinese Foreign Affairs office. Considered a national treasure, Huang Shan Mao Feng is famous for its clean, needle-like shape with small white hairs. Its resemblance to the peaks of Huang Shan (Yellow Mountain) gives this tea its English name, Huang Mountain Fur Peak. Refreshing and delicious with a taste of floral sweetness. Learn More
  14. Yunnan Biluochun Green Tea Yunnan Biluochun Green Tea

    Yunnan Biluochun Green Tea

    Mellow, sweet with hints of apricot. A premium Biluochun tea from Yunnan. Even more curly and pleasing to the eye than the original from Dongting Mountain. The highest grade available. Learn More
  15. Sencha Sencha


    The most popular green tea in Japan, of which the leaves are prepared through 'simmering' at around 94 °C (200 °F) for a gentle vegetal aroma. In China, Sencha tea is drunk hot in winter months and usually chilled in the summer months. Learn More
  16. Gunpowder Tea Gunpowder Tea

    Gunpowder Tea

    A well-known Chinese green tea from Zhejiang Province. Its leaves are hand-rolled into small pellets that bear a strong resemblance to gunpowder of the 18th century, giving this tea its distinctive name. Perfect for blending with mint leaves to create a famous cup of “Moroccan Mint” tea. Learn More
  17. Jasmine Tea Deluxe Jasmine Tea Deluxe

    Jasmine Tea Deluxe

    This deluxe jasmine tea is a true masterpiece, created by roasting green tea leaves together with jasmine flowers picked high in the mountains. Steep this wonderful tea to release the delicate, 100 percent natural scent of jasmine flowers right in your living room. Learn More
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Chinese Green Tea Videos

Watch our tea expert Yu Li demonstrating how to steep authentic Huangshan Maofeng using a Gaiwan. On the lower right side of the video you can turn on captions for additional explanation.

Discover the beauty of authentic Tai Ping Hou Kui green tea leaves and learn how to steep it using a transparent glass.

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What are the health benefits of green tea?

Green tea can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, dental cavities, kidney stones, and cancer, while improving bone density and cognitive function. 2011 research by the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University found that EGCG in green teas has a powerful ability to increase regulatory T cells in the body and boost the immune system and suppress autoimmune disorders. Green tea can also be part of your weight loss diet and has low caffeine content.

What is the caffeine content of green tea?

Green tea, like other types of tea, contains caffeine at about 3% of its dry weight, translating to between 30 mg and 90 mg per 8 oz (250 ml) cup, while coffee has 150 - 200 mg per cup. Green tea is a much safer alternative for obese people.

Can I lose weight by drinking green tea?

Yes. Green tea consumption produces a significant increase in daily energy expenditure. In addition, it accelerates calorie burning - including fat calories. Researchers suggest compounds in green tea called flavonoids may change how the body uses a hormone called norepinephrine, which then speeds the rate calories are burned. A study by the USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University found that participants who drank three cups of green tea a day lost twice as much weight as non-tea drinkers. A type of antioxidant known as catechins is credited with the weight-loss benefits of green tea. (Replacing a little tea brewing water with lime or lemon juice can help your body activate even more of the tea catechins.

What are the best green teas in China?

Both produced and grown in the most famous scenic sites in China, Bi Luo Chun and Dragon Well are consistently listed as the top 2 best green teas in China. Bi Luo Chun is famous for its strong fragrance and fruity taste, while Dragon Well for its distinctive shape and toasty aroma.

What is the best moment of the day to drink green tea?

Green teas are best drunk half an hour after eating a meal as it helps to digest the food that’s just taken in. It’s not suggested to drink green tea two hours before bed, after drinking alcohol, or when hungry. It’s not suitable for females during their period either.

Is green tea an energy drink?

Tea is an ancient herbal drink known for its stimulant qualities largely attributed to caffeine. Several recent studies have found that a small dose of green tea before exercising helps improve performance. Post-exercise, a few cups of caffeinated tea can help your muscles recover more quickly. It seems that caffeine may speed up the blood transportation of glucose to the muscles.

Does drinking green tea improve my skin?

Studies have credibly demonstrated that topical green tea formulations reduce sun damage. Green tea exerts sun damage protection by quenching free radicals and reducing inflammation rather than by blocking UV rays. Therefore, green tea synergistically enhances sun protection when used in addition to sunscreen.

Drinking green tea is also an effective and organic way to cure acne. Studies find that green tea fights all the underlying causes of acne: inflammation, insulin resistance and hormones. Regular consumption of at least 3 cups of green tea per day will treat acne by improving insulin resistance, and reducing the levels of hormones.

Are there green tea side effects?

Green tea is safe to drink for any gender at all ages. However, excessive drinking may result in side effects. All tea leaves contain fluoride. High fluoride intake (daily intakes over 2 mg for children, 4 mg adults) increases the risk of osteofluorosis and fractures. We suggest drink no more than 4 cups of green tea a day.

What is the relationship between drinking green tea and metabolism speed?

A research at the University of Geneva, Switzerland discovered that green tea raise metabolic rates and speed up fat oxidation. “Green tea has thermogenic properties and promotes fat oxidation beyond that explained by its caffeine content per se,” says the lead researcher. Thermogenesis refers to the process in which calories are burned while digesting and absorbing food as it’s being eaten.

Can I buy China wholesale green teas?

Yes, wholesale green teas from China are available at Teasenz if you own business. Contact us for a wholesale account.