Lushan Yun Wu tea is one of the China’s top ten teas. Lushan Yunwu tea is characterized by fresh tender leaves, a delicate jade green color and luster, lingering fragrance, and refreshingly sweet flavor.
Processed Lushan Yunwu tea boasts of emerald "one bud one leaf" tea leaves, long-lasting taste and rich nutritional content, such as tea polyphenol and other extracts.

Lu Shan Yun Wu tea is featured by delicate jade green color and luster, unveiled silver pekoe, lingering fragrance, freshingly sweet savor, as well as long-lasting aftertaste. The leaves contain a high concentration of chlorophyll and nutrients. Its content of alkaloid and Vitamin C is higher than that of common green tea.

The most precious Lushan Yunwu tea is "Mingqian Tea" 明前茶which is made of tea leaves picked prior to the Qing Ming Festival when spring just comes back and the shoots are extremely young and tender.
Wu Yuan is the hometown of Chinese green tea,, and is a region abounds with famous tea in history due to its special climate and soil. WuYuan MingMei tea grows only in the WuYuan mountains and is harvested in small quantities in the early spring. The rich soil and abundant rainfall make the perfect growing environment for this delicious and fresh tea.
It is processed in 6 steps: 1) Plucked & air-dried in shade, 2) then it’s Sun-dried, 3) hand-rolled, 4) baked, 5) stir-fried, and, finally, 6) baked again. Wuyuan mingmei has a very thin layer of white hair on the surface.
Wuyuan green tea is historically famous. According to the record in Chajing, the only professional and culture-based book created by Lu Yu who was respectably called Saint of Tea, it was ranked top-level green tea in Tang Dynasty of China. Wuyuan tea was acclaimed to be the treasured in Song Dynasty, and in dynasties of Ming and Qing, Wuyuan green tea was ranked the list of royal tribute
Lu Shan Yun Wu
Wu Yuan Ming Mei
Lushan Yun Wu tea is one of the China’s top ten teas.With its excellent quality, Lushan Yunwu tea has become popular in China and other countries
Wuyuan green tea is historically famous.,was praised to be the best green tea in China.
Because of its narrow leaves with fine white hairs and sharp tips, it was named Maojian, literally meaning pale colored tips. The tea is characterized by its bright green, sweet, long lasting fragrance, which smells like cooked Chinese chestnut.
The tea has been famous around the world for a long time.
Xinyang Maojian is one of the few teas from Central China, supposedly has a history of over 2,000 years and was mentioned in Lu Yu’s “The Classic of Tea” written during the Tang .

The tea leaves are small and roundish, covered by a layer of white coat. Once brewed, the liquid has an intense green color. The fragrance is lingering, flavor robust. One might even find it bitter during the first brew, but the flavor eases and transforms into a mild sweetness with each subsequent brew.
Duyun maojian is a type of green tea grown in the city of Duyun in southern Guizhou Province. Most tea plantations are in the mountains in the midst of trees and creeks. The weather is especially mild there with just enough amount of rain and an average temperature of 16C throughout the year. The soil is fertile and moist, containing large amounts of iron and phosphate great for the growth of tea.
Dou Yun Mao Jian is often confused with Bi Luo Chun, The tea is hand fired using similar processes to those used to produce Bi Luo Chun. 
Duyun maojian’s characteristics can be summed up as a mix of green and yellow. The dried leaves are green with a tinge of yellow so are the brewed leaves and liquid. Duyun maojian is quite similar to Biluochun in its appearance: small and lean leaves that are slightly curly. However, the texture and taste are more vibrant and full-bodied, more reminiscent of Xinyang maojian.
XinYang MaoJian
DuYun MaoJian
Xinyang Maojian tea is one of the most famous traditional teas, and also one of the most well-known local special products of Henan.
Du Yun Mao Jian is one of Guizhou's most famous teas and is renowned among tea connoisseurs in China for its sweet taste and silky texture
Zhuyeqing is a type of green tea from Emei Mountain in Sichuan Province.The word Zhuyeqing can be translated into "Bamboo Leaf Green". Blessed by natural conditions great for the growth of tea, the region is home to several other types of tea.But Zhuyeqing is the most well-known. It is also a relatively young breed pioneered in the 1960′s.
The harvest starts from March and ends at April. The standard picking is one shoot with one young leaves.

The fresh quality Bamboo Leaf Green is bright green, shiny, with flat short leaves, and, if stored properly, can last you up to 6 months. The tea is so delicious, The flavour is unique as the tea--slightly bitter with a hint of smokiness, no aftertaste. It's excellent for cleansing the intestines without causing discomfort. Works for weight loss naturally.
 Mengding ganglu is a type of green tea native to Sichuan Province. It hails from Meng Mountain, Meng Mountain has a long history of tea plantation dating back to the Han Dynasty around 2000 years ago.The tea leaves have a pale green color. Once brewed, the color of the liquid is a light green with a tinge of yellow. The smell is mild and refreshing, the taste pure and smooth.

The tea is made of single tea buds collected before the Tomb-sweeping Day. The mature tea leaves are wiry, hairy and fat, and bloom in tender green. Its intrinsic aroma is thick and lasting. Tea water is clear in tender yellow and green, and tastes mellow and refreshing. Mengding Ganlu is not only graceful in shape, but also excellent in internal quality. It is the typical representative integrating color, aroma, taste and shape in traditional famous teas of Mengshan.
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Mengding Ganlu
one of the very best Chinese green teas.
Mengding ganlu is one of the oldest tea varieties in China. It has very compact and curly leaves with a layer of white fur on the surface.
En Shi Yu Lu / En Shi Jade Dew
EnShi YuLu is a very unique tea that originates from En Shi Cityof Hubei province. It is a rare Chinese green tea that is processed using steam method.Steaming is quite popular in green tea by Tang dynasty(Tang dynasty, steaming died out, farmers in China use pan-fire technique instead), then the technique is learnt by Japanese and they made the sencha. The first step in processing green tea is to steam the freshly picked leaves. This destroys the natural enzymes necessary for fermentation. The steaming not only helps to preserve the leaves' natural oils and important natural antioxidants, it also helps to soften the leaves , making them more pliable.After steaming, the leaves are rolled or twisted, which forces the cellular structure to break down so that they will release their aromatic juices when brewing occurs. A second gentle heating, also called firing, reduces the water content further, to 3 percent moisture. Repeatedly heating the leaves causes them to dry slowly.
The name "jade dew" refers to the pale green colour of the infusion. leaves are long and narrow, the cup is bold, strong, complex with an extremely powerful vegetal scent. The leaves are reminiscent of gyokuro or sencha leaves, but are clearly processed with skillful Chinese hands. A good green tea with sweetness and floral taste.En Shi Yu Lu is also special because of its rich selenium content, an essential trace mineral that helps prevent cancer, cataract, heart disease, growth disorders and many other ailments.

This is the Chinese green tea that most resembles Japanese green tea. The en shi yu lu leaf appearance is similar to sencha and the steaming process is very similar, but definitely not quite the same..
WuziGreenTea,  which was named  after the Wuzi mountain, is produced in Xixiang county,  Hanzhong city of Shanxi province,  China's  famous  tea  county.  Xixiang  tea  is  well  known  in  China's  history,  first  produced  in  Qin  and  Han  dynasty  and  becoming  nation-wide  popular  in  Tang  and  hence  chosen  as  the  royal  tribute.
As  the  northest  tea  produced  region  in  China,  the  plentiful  rainfall,  mild  climate  and  nutritious  soil  build  an  advantageous  environment  and  form  the  unique  quality  of  Wuzi  green  tea:  high  content  of  zinc,  selenium,  aminoacid,  catechol,  catechin,  vitamin  and  other  beneficial  factors,  richer  than  the  average  green  tea.  It  has  the  unique  quality  of  pure  green,  all  from  nature,  uncontaminated  and  rich  in  Zn  and  Se.  "Wuzi  Xianhao",  the  highest  grade  of  Wuzi  green  tea,  is  well  processed  by  the  new  buds  and  epicormic  leaves  plucked  before  Pure  Brightness  (5th  solar  term).It's  wonderful  in  color,  aroma,  taste  and  appearance.
Ziyang Cuifeng tea produced in Ziyang County of Shanxi.  , is one of Chinese traditional famous tea producing areas. enjoys the great reputation in the history. As early as in the Tang Dynasty it used to be taken as tribute for palace.

At present Ziyang County has become one of two national selenium-rich areas. Because of the unique geologic structures, within Ziyang boundaries the selenium content in the rock and the soil respectively achieves 5.6 6ppm and 3.9 8ppm. The natural Ziyang selenium-rich tea is the first specialty tea through the scientific appraisal in the world.

Ziyang selenium- rich tea has some certain guards anti - cancer, anti- tumor, anti- radiation and delays aging. The selenium is the essential trace element for human body. There are more than 40 kinds of humanity disease occurred with lacks of the selenium such as cancer, the Keshan disease, the Kaschin-Beck disease, hypertension, 
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Ziyang Cuifeng
high  content  of  zinc,  selenium,  aminoacid,  catechol,  catechin,  vitamin  and  other  beneficial  factors,  richer  than  the  average  green  tea.
the Ziyang tea contains the highest selenium quantity (20 times higher than other ordinary teas) in China, but also in the scope of human's needs.
Daughter Ring Tea is one of Green tea in Yunnan province.

The process of production of daughter ring green tea is very different with the other green teas. picking only the most-tender leaves from large-leaf tea trees in Simao, Yunnan. The first and second leaf of new shoots are plucked during the end of March and the first two weeks of April, the leaves are allowed to wither, they are slightly steamed, and then hand-rolled lengthwise  Following the rolling, the best leaves are selected and curled around a "beauty stick", pressed flat, and then dried in a special oven to lock in the flavor and preserve the unique shape. The bottom of the new leaf is naturally covered with a "new down" signifying freshness and purity - characteristics associated with ultimate beauty.

Yongchuanxiu is produced in five tea mountains in yongchuan district of Chongqing City. Dry leaves of the finished tea are very dense and small but change to bright and tender green leaves and buds when infused. These slender and elegant buds are the namesakes of the tea, “Xiu Ya”; here “xiu” means elegant and “ya” means bud.The tea is made with 1 bud and 1 leaf  which are full, fresh and clean,With green, wrap, rolled and shake off the water, and dries.. five procedures.

Research findings demonstrated that Yong Chuan Xiu Ya tea of high concentration increased the levels of serum ET,AchE and VIP compared to the low concentration.Yong Chuan Xiu Ya is of excellent constipation preventive effect.
Daughter Ring Green Tea
YongChuan XiuYa
it is called  "daughter ring" because its form alike the ear ring    for girls.  it is a beautiful handcraft tea made from early spring green tea leaves rolled into the shape of a small rings.
needle-shaped famous green tea
Pu Jiang Que She is a speciality tea of Pu Jiang County in Sichuan Province, and it also is one of China geographic indication products. Pu Jiang County is one of Chinese major tea production areas, located in the southwest of Sichuan basin, and southwestern margin of the ChengDu Plain.

Pu Jiang Que She is the earliest harvesting green tea in Spring because of unique warm climate in Pu Jiang County, earlier about 10-30 days than the other famous green tea , such as “xi hu long jing tea” and “bi luo chun”..

PuJiang QueShe's raw tea leaves  have strict requirements, the picking time must be in February to April each year. Pu Jiang Que she is handmade with traditional method of  tea production, a complex process.

Sliver Ball tea is from LeiGong mountains which is a famous nature reserves zone in Lei Shan county in GuiZhou province. Tea plantations are located in leigongshan national nature reserve between 1300-1400 meters above sea level.

The tea is produced with a bud and 2 leaves of " Pure Brightness tea" growing in the plantation over an altitude of 1400 meters,after fried processed, refined for pellets, that is beautiful, and scent resistant foam.Each "ball" diameter 18-20 mm and weighs 2.5 grams, while brewing tea, generally use one ball in a cup.
its Selenium content of tea is as high as 2.00-2.02 micrograms  per gram, which is generally 15 times of the average selenium content in the other teas.
Pu Jiang Que She
Sliver Ball Tea
Que She”, its direct translation “Bird Tongue”, is a type of China green tea, consists of one bud and two leaves from each picking, which when dried resembles a bird's tongue, giving the tea its name.
Silver ball tea is a unique tea variety about 18-20mm diameter, which surface color is silver grey and dark green.
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Mei Tan Cui Ya
Formerly known as Meijiang Tea, Meijiang CuiYa Tea is named after the Mei River where it is produced. The area’s climate is ideal for the production of tea. The climate is mild and features abundant rainfall and fertile soil. The best Meijiang Ya Tea is picked around the time of China’s Tomb Sweeping Festival which falls around the beginning of April. The tea is also picked at other times of the year, but is not as high quality as the early spring tea. Once picked the tea is left in the shade to dry about three to five hours before processing to allow slight oxidation to take place. The tea’s liquor has a greenish tint and a mellow taste with hints of sweetness.
The processing techniques are fairly complicated and the leaves picked must meet exacting standards. The tea can be picked five times a year and only a bud picked with two new leaves are used for producing Guiding Yunwu Tea. The best tea is produced in the early spring around the time of China's Tomb Sweeping Festival which falls around the beginning of April. The processing of the leaves includes kneading and rolling like Duyun Maojian Tea. The leaves are covered with white down and when processed are twisted and resemble a fishhook. When brewed, the tea's liquor has a mellow flavor and its fragrance has hints of honey. 
Nan Yue Yun Wu
Gu Zhang Mao Jian 
The Guzhang Maojian Tea, as a specialty of Guzhang County in Xiangxi Autonomous Prefecture and one of the 30 famous tea in China, has been designated as a Chinese brand tea. Tracing back to its long history of production, Guzhang Maojian Tea has gained great fame both in domestic and abroad. It is famous not only for its complicated processing procedures but also for its health benefits.
Guzhang Maojian Tea is produced in high mountains. There has never experienced any catastrophic plant disease insect pests greatly because pesticides have never been sprayed on tea trees and less polluted organic fertilizer is often being used. Having Guzhang Maojian Tea is also good for health. Drink it often, it is good for clearing away the heart-fire and improving acuity of vision, degreasing and refreshing yourself, invigorating stomach, digesting, defaecation and prolonging life.
Nan Yue Yun Wu tea is produced in Hengshan Mountain, in the central of Hunan province, China.The unique geographic environment and ecologic condition of Nanyue hengshan has laid a sound foundation for the growing of  Yunwu Tea.

​The excellent ecologic environment and cloud/mist climate of higher mountains has enabled Nanyue Yunwu Tea to be a kind of natural top grade tea. Its color, fragrance, taste and shape become more optimal upon the fine and deep processing.
Fenggang Zinc Selenium Organic Tea
Emerald Green Tea
Emerald green tea is one of top 10 famous teas in Guizhou province, which is a innovative tea category created by local tea expert Mou Ying Shu in 2003.
Emerald tea plantations are located at an altitude of 1000 meters above the guizhou plateau."High altitude", "low latitude" and "little sunshine", are perfect growing environment for tea trees.
The tea is made with " 1 bud and 2 leaves" or "1 bud and 3 leaves" . It is called good tea which can be brewed 7 times.
Fenggang zinc selenium tea is originated from Fenggang county,Zhunyi city,Guizhou province. Fenggang county has a long history of producing tea, there is relevant records in the Chinese most famous Tea Saint Luyu’s book”the classic of tea”. This tea is well known for it’s rich in zinc and selenium ,also has lots of good features such as green water, mellow taste, fresh green leaves etc.
This tasty tea is known for its even and flat appearance, resembling sunflower seeds. It brews a bright green liquor color with clean aroma, fresh fragrance and a hint sweet mouthfilling taste. The infused leaves are hairless and lovely. The comprehensive index of flavor, quality and aroma ranks top one domestically. 
China Green Tea Map
Green tea is the top nature among all tea types.Green tea is the earliest tea processed and consumed It accounts for approximately 70% of China’s total tea yield international green tea market, China’s contribution is 70% or greater.