Since China is the hometown of tea, drinking tea is an important part of Chinese traditional culture. Therefore, drinking tea has become a traditional Chinese habit.
Origin of tea: World Tea Area and Chinese Tea Area >>>
Tea World Area –
China directly or indirectly introduces tea seeds, tea seedlings and tea-making technology from China, Japan, India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Kenya, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Argentina, Central and South America, and tea producing areas.
China’s four major tea areas
- Southwest Tea Area – The Southwest Tea Area is the oldest tea producing area in China, including Yunnan, Guizhou, Sichuan, and southeastern Tibet.
- South China Tea Area – South China tea area includes Guangdong, Guangxi, Fujian, Hainan, southern Yunnan, and other places.
- Jiang Nan Tea Area – Jiangnan tea area is bounded by the Yangtze River and flows from the Yangtze River to Nanling, including Zhejiang, Hunan, Jiangxi, Anhui and other places.
- Jiang Bei Tea Area – The Jiangbei tea area extends north from the Yangtze River to Xinyang, from Daba Mountain in the west to the north of Jiangsu, including the southwest of Shaanxi, the north of Hubei, the south of Henan, the north of Anhui and the north of Jiangsu.
What kind of tea do Chinese people love to drink?>>>
Firstly it can help your weight loss, After that and make you more healthy by increasing your relaxation and stress relief, and most importantly. it even has been called detox tea, slim tea, yogi tea and dieters tea.