How To Brew Longjing Tea Packaging

Different types of tea

Black teas get their distinctive taste and color through a natural oxidation process that follows the initial drying and rolling of the leaves after harvest. Tea Palace offers a wide variety of Single Estate Black Teas including world famous Assams, Darjeelings and Ceylons and a range of bespoke black blends.
Green teas
Green tea is made from unoxidized leaves that, once picked, are simply heated to destroy the enzymes that cause oxidation. They are then rolled to release their flavor. Green teas are sweet and contain many of the vitamins and antioxidant properties of fresh green tea leaf, making them highly regarded as a healthy, fragrant, and delicious drink.
Oolong teas
Oolong, which means black dragon, is usually native to China and Taiwan (often called Formosa, its old Portuguese name). It's a semi-fermented tea, a blend of green and black tea, widely valued for its digestive benefits. Tea Palace offers a selection of the best oolong teas from China and Taiwan, including Iron Goddess of Mercy (Ti Kuan Yin) and the highest notes of Formosa Oolong teas.
White teas
White tea is the rarest tea in the world as it can only be picked for a few weeks in a year. Authentic white tea is only grown in the Chinese province of Fujian, where the exact processing method is kept secret. What we do know is that white tea is made from a specific type of tea plant and a specific processing method that creates tiny silver hairs on the leaves and buds.
White tea has been growing in popularity recently and has well-documented antioxidant and detoxifying benefits.