The afternoon tea in Britain

The afternoon tea in Britain

Afternoon tea is often taken between 3:00pm and 5:00pm. Typically it consists of bread, butter, muffins, cakes and pastries. Scones with clotted cream and jam is also served. Afternoon tea is also known as "low tea" that is preferably taken at a low table, like a coffee table in the sitting room.

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A brief review of black tea and its benefits

A brief review of black tea and its benefits

Anhua black tea got its name due to production in Anhua county, Hunan province. It is one of the famous teas in ancient China. Anhua black tea is known as the unbeatable rival of modern diseases. It lowers blood pressure. Theanine, a unique amino acid, inhibits the rising blood pressure by activating dopamine neurons. In addition, black tea possesses the following functions: supplementing dietary nutrition, promoting digestion, relieving grease, reducing fat, preventing cardiovascular disease, anti-oxidation, anti-aging, anti-cancer, anti-inflammation, diuresis and detoxification, reducing the stress of tobacco and alcohol.

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How to brew and drink black tea?

How to brew and drink black tea?

The best ways to brew and drink black tea are summarized as follows: quick cooking method, cup-soaking method, cold tea / ice tea, milk tea, traditional Kongfu Tea.
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The benefits of

The benefits of "Golden Flower" brick tea

Long-term drinking "golden flower" black tea can regulate metabolism, strengthen physique and slow aging. The polysaccharides and many other compounds in "golden flower" black tea work together in a synergistic way to provide multiple pharmacological healthcare and pathological prevention benefits.
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The varieties of tea

The varieties of tea

Green tea, yellow tea, black tea, white tea, Oolong tea (cyan tea), red tea are six categories of China Tea. They are different in appearance, color, aroma, taste and efficacy. Different climate, soil and water in different geographic regions, different tea plants, different production processes, result in a wide variety of tea.
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