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  • [[File:Ruan_zhi.jpg|thumbnail|[[Ruan Zhi]] Oolong tea from Doi Mae Salong]] ...n process that originated from this area: gongfu tea-making, or the gongfu tea infusion approach.
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  • ...erably depending on the area where it is compiled and the current trend of tea consumption. | [[Green tea]]
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  • ...province, China. The taste is light and is often referred to orchids. This tea variety is used to produce famous highland oloong teas such as Dong Ding, O * [[Formosa oolong tea]]
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  • [[File:Teaareas taiwansmap.jpg|thumb|right|The main tea areas of Taiwan]] ...types: [[oolong]], [[black tea]] and [[green tea]]. The earliest record of tea trees found in Taiwan can be traced back to 1717 in Shi Sha Lien, present-d
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  • ...been grown since the Qing Dynasty. Rou Gui is like most oolong from [[Wuyi tea|Wuyi]] only twisted and not rolled. * [[Wuyi tea]]
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  • '''Huang Jin Gui''' (黄金桂) is one of the famous Anxi oolong along with [[Tie Guan Yin]]. The name Huang Jin Gui means "yello-gol Huang Jin Gui is beside Tie Guan Yin one of the most famous teas from Anxi.
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  • ...ry in Anxi in Fujian province. Tie Guan Yin produced in different areas of Anxi have different gastronomic characteristics. Production has since extended The tea is named after the Chinese Goddess of Mercy Guan Yin, who is known in Japan
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  • ...xperiment Station (TTES). Other common titles are Bai Lu and TTES #17. The tea is similar to [[Qing Xin]] (青心), literally "green heart", and therefor * Anxi
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  • ...y it's sometimes also referred as Da Ye Mei Zhan (big leave Mei Zhan). The tea's liquor is bright orange with a smooth and flowery aroma. [[Category:Chinese tea]]
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  • ...yle Tie Guan Yin. The leaves of the tea are yellowish-green and the liquor tea is orange in color with a light and floral flavor. Ben Shan is one of Anxie [[Category:Chinese tea]]
    543 bytes (90 words) - 21:55, 9 January 2014
  • ...he leaves of Mao Xie are green with silvery hairs. The only light oxidized tea gets a golden liquor with a flowery fragrance. [[Category:Chinese tea]]
    484 bytes (82 words) - 20:54, 6 February 2014
  • ...esemble the leaves of a Buddha's hand fruit and it's trees leaves. Fo Shou tea is nowadays also produced in the neighboring [[Wuyi]] region. == Famous Anxi teas ==
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  • ...obably originates from Anxi and was brought to Taiwan by tea farmers. This tea variety is used to produce some famous highland Oloong teas (Gao Shan Cha) == Buy Qing Xin tea ==
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