Qimen Black Tea - China
Qimen black tea, also known as blusher, is a treasure of Chinese traditional kungfu black tea. It is a famous tea of history. It was produced in the late 19th century and is one of the world's three highest fragrant teas. There are "Chinese tea heroes," "Qianfang most," " Prince tea" and other reputation. Qimen black tea is classified into grades 1 to 7 according to its quality. It is mainly produced in Qimen County, Anhui Province. The adjacent Shitai, Dongzhi, Jixian and Guichi counties also have a small amount of production, mainly exported to the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and Germany. , Japan, Russia and other dozens of countries and regions, has been China's state gift tea for many years.
Darjeeling Black Tea - India
Darjeeling tea is produced in the Darjeeling Highlands of the Himalayas in northern India, West Bengal, and is one of the world’s four largest black teas. Darjeeling tea is best known for the quality of No. 2 tea from May to June and is known as "Champagne in black tea." Darjeeling black tea has a high identity. In March and April, tea on the 1st was mostly green OP, and tea on the 2nd was golden-looking FOP. The soup is orange-yellow and elegant in smell. The top grade Darjeeling tea is especially accompanied by grape fragrance. The mouthfeel is delicate and soft. It is suitable for drinking in spring and autumn. It is also suitable for milk tea, iced tea and all kinds of fancy tea. The craftsmanship was created by the craftsmen of the Xiaoshan species in the past.
Ubat - Sri Lanka
The Ceylon Highlands Black Tea is best known for its Ukrainian tea. It is produced on the eastern side of the mountainous region of Sri Lanka and is one of the world’s four largest black teas. The eastern part of Sri Lanka's mountainous region is filled with perennial fog. Since the northeast monsoon, which is blowing in winter, brings more rainfall (November to February), it is unfavorable for the production of tea gardens. Therefore, the quality of tea obtained from July to September is optimal. On the west side, due to the impact of the summer monsoon (May-August) summer rain, the Tingbula tea and Nuwara Eliya tea produced are best harvested from January to March.
Assam Black Tea - India
Assam black tea is produced in Assam, northeast India, along the Assam Valley in the foothills of the Himalayas. The local sunshine is strong, and it is necessary to plant another tree as a moderate shade for the tea tree. Because of the abundance of rainfall, the tropical Assam large-leaf tea tree is thriving. The quality of picking from June to July is the best, but autumn tea from October to November is more fragrant. Assam black tea has a thin and flat appearance with dark brown color. The dark red color of the soup is light brown with a touch of malt, rose, and strong flavor. It is a strong tea.