Teas (Camellia Sinensis)

Choosing the Right Tea (Camellia sinensis) – Choosing among the typical tea types for yourself or someone else is not exactly easy. That is probably why the expression of “not my cup of tea” exists. We have a solution for this common problem. We have created an illustrative infographic, comparing the most common caffeinated teas (Camellia sinensis) from various aspects: processing, taste, caffeine content, ease on the stomach, etc.

Tea Chart

The tea comparison chart can be downloaded for your reference or for sharing with your friends and family. We hope you find it helpful and informative.

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  1. Cultured Cordyceps in Glass Jar
  2. Longan in Glass Jar
  3. Luo Han Guo in glass jar
  4. Lily Flower in glass jar
  5. Snow Chrysanthemum in glass jar
  6. Organic Gynostemma in glass jar
  7. Black Tea Rose in glass jar
  8. Black Tea Organic in glass jar
  9. Pu Erh Tea Cakes in glass jar
    Pu Erh Tea Cakes in glass jar
    • Processed gently through long fermentation
    • Highly beneficial
    • Facilitates digestion
    • Beneficial to the cardiovascular system
    • A dark tea that has been around for centuries
    • Long celebrated by royalty and literati
    • All 20 cakes wrapped separately for convenience
    • A go-to gourmet tea for health-conscious people althroughout Asia
    • Pressed into small tea cakes for easy carrying and use
    • Positively affects one’s quality of life on a number of levels
    • A special kind of tea made a very old-fashioned way
    • Believed to be very beneficial to metabolic, cardiovascular and cognitive functions
    • As a tonic for energy and beauty, it stands in the highest regard
    • As a refreshing, digestive and a meditative brew, it stands topmost among the teas of China, and in fact the world
    • Pu Erh comes from the boreal forests of northwest Yunnan, the motherland of tea, situated in a mountainous area at high elevation
    • Growing in this forest are semi-wild and wild old big-leaf tea trees, a specific cultivar of tea tree that when mature has large thick leaves
    • Only trees that grow in Yunnan can be called “Pu Erh” – Yunnan is thus the only Di Tao (authentic) source of Pu Erh tea in the world
    • Dragon Herbs Pu Erh is made from these authentic Pu Erh tea trees
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  10. Green Tea Organic Dragon Well in glass jar

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