The tea is a spiral-shaped variety processed from fresh leaves of the big-leaf tea-plants in Xishuangbanna. It features a silvery green appearance with white fuzz, sturdy and fat buds, strong fragrance, bright yellowish-green liquid, mellow and refreshing taste with sweet aftertaste and enduring brews.
The tea is a sun-dried green tea produced in Yunnan Province Mostly used as raw material for processing Pu-erh tea, a small amount is directly brewed. Its dried leaves are loose, naturally bent, with sturdy buds, dark green color, a distinctive smell of the sun, bright yellowish- green liquid, mellow, refreshing and strong taste with sweet aftertaste, and yellowish-green and unbroken brewed leaves.
Produced in Lingyun County of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region the silver gray tea is characterized by its sturdy appearance with white fuzz, strong and lasting fragrance, clear jade green liquid and green brewed leaves.
Fu Xi Tea is rich in selenium content in comparison with general tea varieties, such as Wu Zi Xian Hao Tea, Zi Yang Mao Jian Tea, and Zi Yang Yin Zhen Tea.
Selenium, discovered early in 1817, was considered to be a hazardous element. However, in 1973, the World Health Organization declared selenium to be a trace element essential to the human body.
There are two types of selenium—inorganic or organic. The former is found in soil and minerals while the later in fauna and flora. Approximately 15-30% of selenium can be dissolved in the tea liquid while brewing in tea sets.
Selenium helps strengthen immunity and prevent synthetization of ammonium. It proves effective for antitumorigenesis, antioxidation, purifying free radicals, deferring senility and recovering from radiation damage. Furthermore, selenium can also detoxify hazardous elements through excretion to protect skin and prevent cancer.
Today, Fu Xi tea is mainly produced in Enshi City of Hubei Province, Ziyang County of Shaanxi. Fenggang County of Guizhou and Shitai County of Anhui in China.
This tea is produced in the depths of the Mt. Qinling range of Ziyang County, Shaanxi Province. Its jade green leaves are flat and straight with fat and sturdy buds, white fuzz, clear green liquid, lasting fragrance, mellow and refreshing taste and tender and evenly settled brewed leaves.
The tea is produced in Mt. Qinling in Ziyang County, Shaanxi Province. Its leaves are curled, round and compact, jade green in color with white fuzz, bright green liquid, mild and lasting fragrance, and refreshing and mellow taste with a sweet after brew in unique tea sets. The area produces a green tea rich in selenium content in addition to its general green tea properties.
Produced in Lingyun County of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, the jade green tea has a curled appearance with white fuzz, clear bright, i yellowish-green liquid, a fragrance of chestnut, strong and heavy taste, and green brewed leaves.
The tea is produced in Mt. Wuzi in Xixiang County, Shaanxi Province. It has a flat and smooth appearance, is jade green in color with white fuzz, bright green liquid, lasting fragrance of orchids, mellow and heavy taste with a refreshing and sweet aftertaste, tender and evenly settled brewed leaves, and rich natural content of zinc and selenium.
The tea is produced in Xixiang County, Shaanxi Province. Its leaves are neat and compact,deep green in color, with bright greenish-yellow liquid, fragrance of chestnuts, strong and heavy taste, and yellowish green brewed leaves, with rich natural content of zinc and selenium.
This straight-lined tea variety is produced in Meitan County. It is named after the Zunyi Conference, a historic event of the CPC in January 1935. It features a compact, fine and round appearance covered with white fuzz, bright yellowish-green liquid, mild and lasting fragrance with modern tea sets, strong, mellow and refreshing taste and green brewed leaves.