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  • Xiao Xia Cha – Happy Smile Tea
  • Li Zhong Cha – Harmonious Middle Tea
  • Qing Yin Cha – Sonorous Voice Tea
  • Shou Mei Cha – Gentle Silhouette Tea
  • Zeng Kang Cha – Wind and Weather Tea
  • Ti Shen Cha – Lively Senses Tea
  • Ming Mu Cha – Bright Eyes Tea
  • Selected Chinese herbs of excellent quality, carefully blended to produce flavourful and wholesome teas. Lian Cha teas are ideal for daytime breaks, as a breakfast tea, a nightcap or simply when you fancy a cup.

     
    Xiao Xia Cha – Happy Smile Tea
    The rose petals mei gui hua (Rosae Rugosae Flos) and lily bulbs bai he (Lilii Bulbus) are pleasantly soothing and give the tea a refined flavour. This is underlined by the sweet longan fruits long yan rou (Longan Arillus), the liquorice gan cao (Glycyrrhizae Radix et Rhizoma) and the Chinese dates da zao (Jujubae Fructus). The peppermint bo he (Menthae Herba) gives freshness and cools the liver, and lian zi xin (Nelumbinis Plumula) cools heart fire. Finally mai ya (Hordei Fructus germinatus) moves the qi and clears food stagnation.
    Ingredrients:
    mei gui hua - Rosae Rugosae Flos
    bai he Lilii - Bulbus
    long yan rou - Longan Arillus
    lian zi xin - Nelumbinis Plumula
    mai ya - Hordei Fructus germinatus
    bo he - Menthae Herba
    gan cao - Glycyrrhizae Radix et Rhizoma
    da zao - Jujubae Fructus
     
     
     
    Li Zhong Cha - Harmonious Middle Tea
    Harmonious Middle Tea is particularly pleasant after greasy, heavy or sweet food. shan zha (Crataegi Fructus), sha ren (Amomi Fructus), chen pi (Citri Reticulatae Pericarpium) and mai ya (Hordei Fructus germinatus) move and clear food stagnation and support digestion. yi yi ren (Coicis Semen) supports the transportation and transformation function of the spleen and expels dampness. gan cao (Glycyrrhizae Radix et Rhizoma) and da zao (Jujubae Fructus) round off this fruity herbal tea.
    Ingredients:
    shan zha - Crataegi Fructus
    mai ya - Hordei Fructus germinatus
    chen pi - Citri Reticulatae Pericarpium
    sha ren - Amomi Fructus
    yi yi ren - Coicis Semen
    gan cao - Glycyrrhizae Radix et Rhizoma
    da zao - Jujubae Fructus
     
     
     
    Ti Shen Cha - Lively Senses Tea
    Our newly developed Lively Senses Tea is popularly used before and during exams or competitions. The sweet longan fruits long yan rou (Longan Arillus) and the aromatic hong jing tian (Rhodiola Crenulatae Radix et Rhizoma) are adaptogens which have a stabilising effect in stress situations and enhance performance. yuan zhi (Polygalae Radix) and he huan hua (Albiziae Flos) ensure that the mind is alert and increase mental efficiency. yi zhi ren (Alpiniae Oxyphyllae Fructus) warms the middle burner and causes the rise of clear essence. Finally
    the strengthening dang sheng (Codonopsis Radix), da zao (Jujubae Fructus) and gan cao (Glycyrrhizae Radix et Rhizoma) round off this rich and sweet-tasting tea.
    Ingredients:
    hong jing tian - Rhodiola Crenulatae Radix et Rhizoma
    long yan rou - Longan Arillus
    yuan zhi - Polygalae Radix
    he huan hua - Albiziae Flos
    dang shen - Codonopsis Radix
    gan cao - Glycyrrhizae Radix et Rhizoma
    da zao - Jujubae Fructus
    yi zhi ren - Alpiniae Oxyphyllae Fructus
     
     
     
    Zeng Kang Cha - Wind and Weather Tea
    When the days get shorter, and cold, windy weather sets in, it is important to guard against colds. If the qi of the skin surface, wei qi, is strong, external ills such as wind with cold or heat cannot easily penetrate to cause typical seasonal colds and flu. huang qi (Astragali Radix), tai zhi shen (Pseudostellariae Radix) and gan cao (Glycyrrhizae Radix et Rhizoma) strengthen wei qi. gui zhi (Cinnamomi Ramulus) and fang feng (Saposhnikoviae Radix) repel wind from the surface, and ban lan gen (Isatidis Radix), lian qiao (Forsythiae Fructus) and jin yin hua (Lonicerae Japonicae Flos) clear toxins and fight flu viruses. This tea has a light, refined flavour.
    Ingredients:
    huang qi - Astragali Radix
    tai zi shen - Pseudostellariae Radix
    fang feng - Saposhnikoviae Radix
    gui zhi - Cinnamomi Ramulus
    ban lan gen - Isatidis Radix
    jin yin hua - Lonicerae Japonicae Flos
    lian qiao - Forsythiae Fructus
    bo he - Menthae Herba
    gan cao - Glycyrrhizae Radix et Rhizoma
     
     
     
    Ming Mu Cha - Bright Eyes Tea
    The gou qi zi berries (Lycii Fructus) have a nourishing effect, moisten dry eyes and sharpen the eyesight. The chrysanthemum flowers ju hua (Chrysanthemi Flos) dispel wind and heat and soothe tender, reddened eyes. The liquorice gan cao (Glycyrrhizae Radix et Rhizoma) strengthens qi and lends the tea a subtle sweetness.
    Ingredients:
    ju hua - Chrysanthemi Flos
    gou qi zi - Lycii Fructus
    gan cao - Glycyrrhizae Radix et Rhizoma
     
     
     
    Qing Yin Cha - Sonorous Voice Tea
    People who regularly put a strain on their voice, such as teachers or singers, like to have this tea close at hand. Nourishing herbs such as mai men dong (Ophiopogonis Radix), xuan shen (Scrophulariae Radix), luo han guo (Momordicae Fructus) and gan cao (Glycyrrhizae Radix et Rhizoma) lubricate a dry throat. pang da hai (Sterculiae Lychnophorae Semen) and jie geng (Platycodonis Radix) deal with dry phlegm and restore the voice. Finally, jin yin hua (Lonicerae Japonicae Flos) treats wind heat and has a cooling effect on the throat. This tea has a very powerful sweet taste.
    Ingredients:
    pang da hai - Sterculiae Lychnophorae Semen
    jin yin hua - Lonicerae Japonicae Flos
    mai dong - Ophiopogonis Radix
    luo han guo - Momordicae Fructus
    xuan shen - Scrophulariae Radix
    jie geng - Platycodonis Radix
    gan cao - Glycyrrhizae Radix et Rhizoma
     
     
     
    Shou Mei Cha - Gentle Silhouette Tea
    shan zha (Crataegi Fructus) reduces blood fat and, in conjunction with fo shou (Citri Sarcodactylis Fructus), supports digestion to prevent food stagnation and reduce the feeling of fullness. he ye (Nelumbinis Folium) stimulates the metabolism, and green tea lü cha (Folium Camelliae Sinensis) soothes stomach heat and controls the appetite. bo he soothes the liver and ze xie (Alismatis Rhizoma) expels accumulated dampness. Cooling Gentle Silhouette Tea has a refreshing and dry taste.
    Ingredients:
    he ye - Nelumbinis Folium
    bo he - Menthae Herba
    lü cha - Folium Camelliae Sinensis
    shan zha - Crataegi Fructus
    ze xie - Alismatis Rhizoma
    fo shou - Citri Sarcodactylis Fructus
     
     


     
     
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