“Dian” is the brief name of Yunnan Province and “Hong” means red in Chinese. so it is also as know as “Yunnan Black/Red” in English. It is one of my best sells in my shop. It helps to strengthen the stomach and to relax in winter time. It is regarded as the lady’s favorite tea.
This tea uses different tea bushes rather than normal white tea bushes, and also requires the leaves to be hand-picked (mainly 1bud+1leaf) in Autumn, not in Spring like usual. This results in a richer after taste compared to the Spring white tea.
Cloud & Mist is also known as Yunwu Green Tea in Chinese. Many different tea areas porduce this tea, so to differentiate the teas, the name of the mountain of which the tea came from is put in front, such as Lushan C&M and Tianshan C&M. MY Teahouse's Coud & Mist is from Zhejiang
Having not just a beautiful name but also a beautiful taste, Honey Pheonix has a history from the 12th century BC. There are still about 3700 tea trees whose ages are between 200-700 years old. MY Teahouse's Pheonix Oolong teas grow in ecology farms, and the surrounding plants have therefore created over 20 different tastes. MY Teahouse sells 2 of them:...
Short Leg Oolong is a high quality WuYiYan Tea ( rock tea), with the interesting name, it made in WuYi Mountain, by very skillful tea maker, using their many years experience to make this selective rock tea. even it is not from the famous cultivas of tea trees, still bring us very rich, smooth and long after taste.
Dragon Well Green Tea is also known as Longjing in Chinese. Longjing is the name of a village in Hangzhou city of Zhejiang, and also the name of a spring. The name is now well-known as a green tea. Longjing is one of the top ten Chinese teas and used to be the Emperor’s favourite tea for many years. This particular tea is the Top Grade Dragon Well which...
The Iron Goddess is also known as Tie Guan Yin in China. It is one of the top ten Chinese teas. This teas divided into two catergories: lightly oxidised and heavy oxidised. MY Teahouse offers the lightly oxidised Iron Goddess. The taste of this spring-harvested Iron Goddess is more delicate than the one harvested in Autumn.