Bi Luo Chun
Bi Luo Chun (碧螺春; ) is a famous green tea originally grown in the Dong Ting mountain of Tai Hu, Jiangsu Province, China. Also known as Pi Lo Chun, it is renowned for its delicate appearance, fruity taste, floral aroma, showy white hairs and early cropping.The name Bi Luo Chun literally means "Green Snail Spring". It is called so because it is a green tea that is rolled into a tight spiral, resembling snail meat, and is cropped early spring.
Its original name is Xia Sha Ren Xiang (simplified Chinese: 吓煞人香;  "scary fragrance"). Legend tells of its discovery by a tea picker who ran out of space in her basket, and put the tea between her breasts instead. The tea, warmed by her body heat, emitted a strong aroma that surprised the girl.

Manufacture:Hot air-fired green tea
Style:Spiral leaf
Flavor:Assertive, thirst-quenching and astringent
Aroma:Deceptively soft and mild, fresh
Liquor:Bright yellow
 Brewing:Brew two or three minutes at 80-85 C.
Taste:Pour in the hot water first before putting in the tea leaves. The first infusion is strong and has a lasting aftertaste. Second infusion features a more complex shifting fruity, flowery and nutty notes in the taste.
 Appearance:Beautiful tiny, slightly curled tea leaves covered with white down. The liquor is bright yellow in color.

According to the Qing Dynasty chronicle Ye Shi Da Guan, Emperor Kangxi visited Tai Hu in the 38th year of his rule. At that time, because of its rich aroma, local people called it "Scary Fragrance". Kanji decided to give it a more elegant name - "Green Snail Spring".
Chinese tea experts regard it very highly. When Jun (1857 to 1918 A.D.), author of tea encyclopedia Cha Shuo, ranked it first among Chinese green tea. Longing tea came second, Liu An Gua Pian came third. It is so delicate and tender that one kilogram of Dong Ting Bi Luo Chun has 14,000 to 15,000 tea shoots.

Today, Bi Luo Chun is cultivated in Dong Ting, Jiangsu Province. Bi Luo Chun from Dong Shan (East Mountain) is considered the best. Bi Luo Chun tea is also grown in Zhejiang and Sichuan provinces. Their leaves are larger and less uniform (may contain yellow leaves). They taste more nutty than fruity and smooth.

Bi Luo Chun is divided into seven grades: Supreme, SupremeⅠ,GradeⅠ,Grade Ⅱ,Grade Ⅲ, Chao QingⅠ & Chao QingⅡ, and the quality vary from Supreme down to Chao Qing.
"Green Snail Spring".because it is a green tea that is rolled into a tight spiral, resembling snail meat, and is cropped early spring.
Yu Hua Tea
Yu Hua tea produced in Yuhuatai of Nanjing. Tea region has mild climate, fertile soil, abundant rainfall, is very suitable for tea growing. Yu Hua tea picks a bud and a leaf, length is about 2.5 to 3 cm , after fixing, rolling, shaping, roasting of four processes, all processes are used manually
Nanjing Rain Flower Green Tea leaves are processed with great care and have a delicate appearance and fresh taste. The tea has the healthy effect of protecting against food poisoning, refreshing the body, quenching thirst and cleaning the system. 
The finished Yuhua Tea resembles the pine needle in shape. After steeped with hot water, the leaves will spread out with good color, bringing out fresh and cool flavor and sweet aroma. It can help to remove internal heat and fat, refresh you and boost the Qi(means energy).
Yang Xian Xue Ya
Yang Xian Xue Ya is a rare ancient green tea comes from Yixing city, Jiangsu province, China. Yang Xian is the former name of Yixing, the city is not only famouse for its clay teapot, but the Yang Xian green tea. Yixing is the prestigious area of ancient tea production, now here is a major tea producing area in Jiangsu Province. It is locally known as "Snowy Sprount" due to the white color of the hair on the leaves.  Yixing is warm in winter and cool in summer, have mild weather, rising vapor and fresh air. So it's very suitable for tea trees to grow there.
Yang Xian Xue Ya tea that is conventionally made in the cup. Its natural sweetness and fragrance allows for this. The floss disperses & the pale green buds unfurl and begin to bob up and down the infused tea. The buds eventually swell displaying their pre-harvest form before falling upright to the bottom of the glass.
Maoshan Qingfeng green tea is originally produced in Mao lu town of MaoJintan City in Jiangsu province. It is produced firstly in 40’s in 20 century.  its name was “qi qiang green tea”at first, and it was renamed “mao shan qing feng” in 1983.

Quality characteristics of maoshan qingfeng tea:
Shape: Flat appearance, straight as a sword
Color: green and smooth
Aroma: Aroma: clean aroma high long
Taste: fresh and mellow, brisk
Tea leafs: tender yellow and fat, evenly

Liyang cuibo is one of famous green teas in Jiangsu Province.

Quality characteristics of Liyang white tea: Appearance of the cable flat, emerald green color, the shape of cypresses, elegant aroma lasting;Elegant fragrance lasting, clear soup brew bright, heavy and mellow mellow taste, color green (yellow) and bright; Bud quality uniform homogeneous consistency is soft and delicate, bright, bright color harmony;

Mao Shan
Qing Feng
Li Yang Cui Bo
Jiangsu Green Tea
Jiangsu Province takes only 1.8% of total Chinese tea production, Besides green tea, which is its main variety, it also produces black tea and jasmine tea.