Specialty of Fujian

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Jun 12th, '17, 21:07
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Specialty of Fujian

by ginagreen » Jun 12th, '17, 21:07

I have been to Fujian for tourism, and want to come back with some specialty, then the local person recommend me to buy Tie Guanyin. They say it is the most famous local specialty, and it tastes light, and suitable for most people to drink. So I have bought a little back, after tasting I think it is very suitable to drink when afternoon tea time, with some dessert or cake. If you have the opportunity to travel there, I also suggest that you can buy one points of Tie Guanyin, believe that your friends or family will be very fond of it.
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Jun 14th, '17, 08:40
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Re: Specialty of Fujian

by tcsmeg » Jun 14th, '17, 08:40

ginagreen wrote: I have been to Fujian for tourism, and want to come back with some specialty, then the local person recommend me to buy Tie Guanyin. They say it is the most famous local specialty, and it tastes light, and suitable for most people to drink. So I have bought a little back, after tasting I think it is very suitable to drink when afternoon tea time, with some dessert or cake. If you have the opportunity to travel there, I also suggest that you can buy one points of Tie Guanyin, believe that your friends or family will be very fond of it.
Fujian is not only famous with Tie Guan Yin. There are a few others but considered the most popular famous tea is Da Hong Pao(in ancient time it is only available to the emperor) . Qi Men Hong cha (a red tea with fruit flavour)).

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Re: Specialty of Fujian

by kuánglóng » Jun 15th, '17, 10:02

Add a number of white teas like Yin Zhen, Bai Mu Dan, Gong Mei, Shou Mei.

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Re: Specialty of Fujian

by ginagreen » Jun 20th, '17, 22:16

tcsmeg wrote: Fujian is not only famous with Tie Guan Yin. There are a few others but considered the most popular famous tea is Da Hong Pao(in ancient time it is only available to the emperor) . Qi Men Hong cha (a red tea with fruit flavour)).
Yeah, you are right! There are so many famous tea in Fujian, what I often drink is the Tie Guan Yin, which type of tea you like best? :?:

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Re: Specialty of Fujian

by ginagreen » Jun 20th, '17, 22:17

kuánglóng wrote: Add a number of white teas like Yin Zhen, Bai Mu Dan, Gong Mei, Shou Mei.
Wow, you guys must be the professional tea drinkers right!?

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Re: Specialty of Fujian

by kuánglóng » Jun 21st, '17, 01:27

ginagreen wrote: There are so many famous tea in Fujian, what I often drink is the Tie Guan Yin, which type of tea you like best? :?:
Whatever fits the moment :) (bodily needs, climatic factors, mood, ...).

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