The place to ask China-related questions!
Beijing Shanghai Guangzhou Shenzhen Chengdu Xi'an Hangzhou Qingdao Dalian Suzhou Nanjing More Cities>>

Categories

Close
Welcome to eChinacities Answers! Please or register if you wish to join conversations or ask questions relating to life in China. For help, click here.

By continuing you agree to eChinacities's Privacy Policy .

Sign up with Google Sign up with Facebook
Sign up with Email Already have an account? .
Posts: 372

Governor

0
0
You must be a registered user to vote!
You must be a registered user to vote!
0

Q: I'm looking to make a comprehensive list of tea available in China.

Let me know the name in Chinese (if possible), pinyin and English (if existent). Describe the tea, colour, leaves, etc. Let me know if it is good or bad.

11 years 2 weeks ago in  Food  - Lanzhou

 
Answers (1)
Comments (0)
Posts: 2256

Emperor

0
0
You must be a registered user to vote!
You must be a registered user to vote!
0

Ok, I found this page, it has all the major types of tea, with the characters. It doesn't have pinyin, but if you use firefox, look for the application called perapera-kun. I don't know if you have heard of it, but if you haven't, once it's activated you can put your mouse over characters and it will give you the pinyin as well as the translation.

As for types I have tried, green tea is a given, I'm sure you already know all about that one. The only kind I know the name of is Dragonwell, which is supposed to be the best, but I thought it tasted like grass. Oolong is halfway between green tea and black tea. I like that one the most because it gives a sort of refreshing feel, and I personally find it to be the most pleasant out of the teas I have tried unsweetened. I've had Jasmine flavored tea. I can't say it tasted very different, I think it is more about how it smells, since I think they brew the actual flowers. I also had some kind of black tea that I can't remember the name of, but I think black tea is the worst unsweetened.

Sorry I can't help more, I'm not a big tea drinker.

Report Abuse
11 years 2 weeks ago
 
Know the answer ?
Please or register to post answer.

Report Abuse

Security Code: * Enter the text diplayed in the box below
Image CAPTCHA
Enter the characters shown in the image.
  • Allowed HTML tags: <a> <em> <strong> <cite> <code> <ul> <ol> <li> <dl> <dt> <dd> <img> <br> <p> <u>
  • Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.
  • Lines and paragraphs break automatically.
  • Textual smileys will be replaced with graphical ones.

More information about formatting options

Forward Question

Answer of the DayMORE >>
A: What is 'formal offer letter'? Only legally accepted employment o
A:What is 'formal offer letter'? Only legally accepted employment offer I know is a Contract! ... so, you just don't accept and sign the contract with the lower salary! Email exchanges, verbal discussions and other promises between you and employer aren't legally binding, so legal action isn't recommended. Mainly legal effective thingy is employer's stamped and signed contract! ... and after you ink it, employer can/will use your signed contract to apply for all necessary documents at Chinese governmental agencies as Working permit and all ... It would be better for you to not accept an employment with such an employer, IMO 'cause you'll experience similar troubles by employer won't respect the contract later on. -- icnif77
Recent Popular