Pu-erh tea: the wine of teas. I know by now that some of you know what Pu-erh is based on my article on Chinese Mythology: The Legend of Pu-erh.
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While Americans still drink more coffee than tea, the popularity of our Camellia sinensis is rapidly growing. Most of its popularity is because of the supposed magic properties of tea.
Black tea, known in China as red tea, is the most common product produced by our favorite Camellia sinensis plant. It’s the most consume type of tea in the world; however, it is the least popular style in China.
Japanese Tea. Usually this means green tea of some kind but why is it so special?