So, why should you choose to buy from MeiMei Fine Teas? What sets us apart? Well, more and more businesses are selling tea these days, many of which are doing a great job. While most are focusing on a wide variety of teas and featuring fruity blends and herbals, we have chosen to refine our focus on what we consider to be "real" tea; time-tested varieties from their original sources, many still being produced using hand-crafted methods that no automated manufacturing process can replicate. Yes, you can buy some of these varieties from other vendors, but we are very confident that you will find ours to be of a significantly higher quality, providing you with not only the best flavor, but lasting flavor that can be enjoyed over several steepings.
How do we do this? Tea with the best attributes are grown in their traditional terroirs. We hand-select the majority of our tea from their original historical origins and focus solely on higher grades. For example, teas that contain more buds will typically possess better brewing attributes, including a stronger aroma, a long-lasting flavor through multiple steepings, and much less vulnerability to bitterness. If you prefer the taste of a great tea instead of a lower quality tea whose flavor is covered with fruity or herbal additives, then I would highly recommend that you give MeiMei Fine Teas a try.
At MeiMei Fine Teas, we also believe that the tea-drinking experience involves much more than just the quality of the tea leaf, which is why we strive to inform, educate, and bring awareness to the proper assessment of tea, of brewing techniques, and of tea wares that will bring out the best in your tea as well as bring artistic beauty to your tea experience. Though our current focus is mainly on the finest traditional Chinese teas, we will soon be adding more fantastic high quality tea selections from other famous historical tea growing regions. We invite you to grow with us.
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September 26, 2015
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- A Look at the Latest Award-Winning Teas, pt. I: Long Jing Dragonwell
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- Essential Teaware Explained: Your Guide to Gaiwan and How to Use It, Pt. II
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