The World Is a Tea Party Presents: Your Guide to Interpreting Chinese Tea Labels

Shopping for Chinese teas can be somewhat of a challenge for you humans when you are in China or even here in the U.S. if you happen to wander into a Chinese store. Often the labels are only in Chinese. So, what do you do? Your trusty little teapot is here to help with this handy guide. TOOOT!

Vendors like us deal daily with interpreting the labels of Chinese teas. But for our customers, we are sure to provide clear labels in English. However, when you’re out and about and see a tea with only Chinese characters on the label, what do you do? Pull up this handy list on your mobile device, of course!

Table of Chinese Tea Names

Hope this helps you the next time you are seeing that Chinese labeled tea in the store or even when you get such a package as a gift.

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