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Chinese Tea

Legend has it that tea was first discovered by the Chinese Emperor Shen Nong in 2737 BCE, when a leaf from a nearby Camellia sinensis plant fell into a pot of water the emperor was boiling. Traditional Chinese tea has been an important part of China's culture and history ever since, and Chinese loose leaf tea can be classified into five major categories: white, green, oolong, black and post-fermented China tea.

Yunnan black dragon tea pearls
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ZY75
$1.01/cup
USDA Organic China organic loose leaf green tea
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ZG14
$0.14/cup
loose leaf Young Hyson China green tea
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ZG10
$0.11/cup
loose leaf yin-hao jasmine tea
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ZJ81
$0.27/cup
loose leaf China black tea
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ZP102
$4.50/cup
China loose leaf Oolong tea
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ZO88
$0.40/cup
Loose leaf Tie-Guan-Yin Imperial Oolong tea
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ZO33
$0.87/cup
Loose leaf sticky rice China pu-erh tea
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ZH34
$0.25/cup
China Keemun loose leaf black tea
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ZK96
$0.79/cup
loose leaf gunpowder green China tea
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ZG30
$0.11/cup
loose leaf special grade shou mei white tea
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ZW60
$0.45/cup
USDA Organic loose leaf organic pu-erh tea
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ZH10
$0.35/cup
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