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Chinese Tea Gallery - 60 Year Legacy of Tea Shop

Anyone who grew up in Hong Kong and been to a dim sum restaurant, they must have tried our Pu'Er, Jasmine, White Peony, etc...

 

Welcome to Chinese Tea Gallery, a tea establishment with a rich heritage spanning four generations. With 60 years of experience, a branch of Fookwah Tea Company, we prioritize quality in our tea selection, offering premium whole-leaf teas and tea sacehets. 

 

Our teas are enjoyed in traditional restaurants, bubble tea shops, and hotels throughout the city. Explore our online tea shop and discover a diverse range of teas from various regions to experience the beauty of the world's finest tea.

8 Tea Categories and their Benefits

  • Oolong Tea

    Light-roasted Oolong has smooth, sweet taste. While Heavily-roasted has rich, mellow flavour. Semi-fermented between Green and Black tea. Contains tannins with antioxidants for boosting metabolism.

  • Green Tea

    Green tea is unfermented tea, rich in catechins. Japanese Green tea adopts "steamed technique" for the mild taste. Chinese Green tea adopts "pan-fired technique" for rich tea flavour, crisp and elegant taste.

  • Pu'Er Tea

    Pu'Er tea aids digestion, reduces greasiness, and has antioxidants. Raw Pu'Er is less fermented, refreshing with slight bitterness. Ripe Pu'Er is deep reddish-brown, with a complex taste of woodiness and ripe fruit notes.

  • Scented Tea

    Infuse tea leaves with flowers, retaining fragrance. Blended with Green, Oolong, or Black tea bases, offering diverse flavours. Popular benefits are fatigue relief, soothing insomnia, & aiding digestion.

  • Golden Buckwheat

    Made from roasted buckwheat, turns into a golden colour with a subtle nutty aroma. Caffeine-free, gentle on the stomach, and does not interfere with sleep. Highly nutritious, such as regulate blood pressure, 

  • Black Tea

    Black tea, from crimson to chestnut red, has a rich taste. Fully fermented, it stores well. With higher caffeine, it's popular for breakfast and afternoon tea, refreshing and aiding digestion.

  • Herbal Tea

    Herbal teas brewed from leaves, petals, fruits, and roots offer diverse flavors. They promote metabolism, soothe emotions, and provide relaxation. Common varieties: Chrysanthemum, Lemongrass, & Paris Roselle.

  • White Tea

    Lightly fermented, named for white fuzz on young buds. Popular types: Silver Needle, & Peony White Tea. Delicate taste reveals intricate nuances. Peony White Tea yields bright, pale green hue when brewed.

Oolong Tea

Light-roasted Oolong has smooth, sweet taste. While Heavily-roasted has rich, mellow flavour. Semi-fermented between Green and Black tea. Contains tannins with antioxidants for boosting metabolism.

Green Tea

Green tea is unfermented tea, rich in catechins. Japanese Green tea adopts "steamed technique" for the mild taste. Chinese Green tea adopts "pan-fired technique" for rich tea flavour, crisp and elegant taste.

Pu'Er Tea

Pu'Er tea aids digestion, reduces greasiness, and has antioxidants. Raw Pu'Er is less fermented, refreshing with slight bitterness. Ripe Pu'Er is deep reddish-brown, with a complex taste of woodiness and ripe fruit notes.

Scented Tea

Infuse tea leaves with flowers, retaining fragrance. Blended with Green, Oolong, or Black tea bases, offering diverse flavours. Popular benefits are fatigue relief, soothing insomnia, & aiding digestion.

Golden Buckwheat

Made from roasted buckwheat, turns into a golden colour with a subtle nutty aroma. Caffeine-free, gentle on the stomach, and does not interfere with sleep. Highly nutritious, such as regulate blood pressure, 

Black Tea

Black tea, from crimson to chestnut red, has a rich taste. Fully fermented, it stores well. With higher caffeine, it's popular for breakfast and afternoon tea, refreshing and aiding digestion.

Herbal Tea

Herbal teas brewed from leaves, petals, fruits, and roots offer diverse flavors. They promote metabolism, soothe emotions, and provide relaxation. Common varieties: Chrysanthemum, Lemongrass, & Paris Roselle.

White Tea

Lightly fermented, named for white fuzz on young buds. Popular types: Silver Needle, & Peony White Tea. Delicate taste reveals intricate nuances. Peony White Tea yields bright, pale green hue when brewed.

How to Choose the Right Tea for You?

When beginners first start exploring the world of tea, they may feel overwhelmed by the wide variety of tea. Let us guide you:

 

Green Tea & White Tea: Suitable for those who prefer a "fresh & light" taste or for hot summer days and when feeling stressed, a cup of Green tea or White tea can help cool down and detoxify the body.

 

Black Tea: Ideal for those who enjoy a "rich and robust" taste, or for individuals who often have cold hands or a cold stomach. We also recommend black tea with a low level of theophylline and higher caffeine content, as it can help promote blood circulation. Milk tea lovers can also opt for Black tea, as it can be used to create a unique and flavourful milk tea.

 

Pu'Er Tea: Ideal for those who enjoy an "earthy & mellow" flavour, or for individuals who often have cold hands and feet and seeking for a traditional taste.

 

Oolong Tea: Suitable for those who enjoy a "refreshing and mellow" taste, or for beginners who are unsure of what tea to choose. Oolong tea is a versatile tea that can be enjoyed by most people.

If you are concerned about insomnia, feel free to try caffeine-free Golden Buckwheat, and Herbal Tea options.

Tea Insights: 10 Categories for Well-Being

  • Dragon Well Green Tea

    Benefits of Green Tea? Intro, and tea choices

    Green tea can be divided into Chinese and Japanese styles. Understand the cultural differences between these types of Green tea, and benefits. Questions such as "When should I drink green tea?" and "Which type of green tea should I buy?" will also be detailed.

  • Scented Tea

    Benefits of Scented Tea? Intro, and tea choices

    We offer a special collection of Scented tea blends. Our Lychee Rose and Osmanthus Oolong teas are highly sought after by women. For wine enthusiasts and health-conscious individuals, we recommend our Peppermint Green tea, Camellia Oolong, and Jasmine tea.

  • Oolong Tea

    Benefits of Oolong Tea? Intro, pros & cons, and tea choices

    Oolong tea is a popular beverage. We will introduce the basics of Oolong tea, including its caffeine content, benefits, consumption taboos, and brewing methods. Finally, a total of 6 recommended Oolong tea options for you to enjoy the day.

  • Pu'Er Tea

    Pu'Er Tea Ultimate Guide! Types, benefits, & tea selections

    Pu'Er tea is a traditional classic tea in Hong Kong. We will introduce the types of Pu'Er tea, its benefits, and consumption taboos. We will also go over how to choose and brew Pu'Er tea, and some authentic Pu'Er tea choices from Chinese Tea Gallery.

  • Shizuoka Genmaicha

    Explore Japan by sipping a cup of Japanese Green Tea!

    Japanese Green tea is renowned for its cultural techniques and remarkable health benefits. It aids in detoxification and helps maintain a balanced body, making it highly valued among health-conscious tea enthusiasts.

  • Black Tea

    Benefits of Black Tea? Intro, and tea choices

    What is Black tea? Black tea is fully fermented tea. Through the oxidation process, caffeine in tea is released. Therefore, Black tea is popular as a refreshing beverage. Chinese Tea Gallery offers Earl Grey, English Breakfast tea, and Honey Black tea from Taiwan. Feel free to choose your favourite!

  • Golden Buckwheat Tea

    Benefits of Golden Buckwheat Tea? Intro, and tea choices

    Caffeine-free Golden Buckwheat tea is made from buckwheat, which belongs to the category of whole grains along with brown rice. It is considered one of the most promising crops by international nutritionists and is rich in nutrients.

  • White Tea

    Benefits of White Tea? Intro, and tea choices

    White tea is generally made from the unopened, tender buds of the tea plant and undergoes minimal processing. It is a lightly fermented tea.

  • Herbal Tea

    Benefits of Herbal Tea? Intro, and tea choices

    Herbal tea, also known as infusion or tisane, was traditionally used as medicinal herbs. With technological advancement, public awareness of Herbal tea has increased, leading to the creation of Herbal tea blends.

  • 港式奶茶是茶餐廳的靈魂?歷史文化、製作方法一次看

    香港人對港式奶茶不會覺得陌生,港式奶茶陪伴著香港人長大,是一種代表香港文化的飲品,本文將介紹港式奶茶的特別之處、港式奶茶茶葉批發、港式奶茶製作等各種知識,最後提供港式奶茶茶底推薦!

Benefits of Green Tea? Intro, and tea choices

Green tea can be divided into Chinese and Japanese styles. Understand the cultural differences between these types of Green tea, and benefits. Questions such as "When should I drink green tea?" and "Which type of green tea should I buy?" will also be detailed.

Benefits of Scented Tea? Intro, and tea choices

We offer a special collection of Scented tea blends. Our Lychee Rose and Osmanthus Oolong teas are highly sought after by women. For wine enthusiasts and health-conscious individuals, we recommend our Peppermint Green tea, Camellia Oolong, and Jasmine tea.

Benefits of Oolong Tea? Intro, pros & cons, and tea choices

Oolong tea is a popular beverage. We will introduce the basics of Oolong tea, including its caffeine content, benefits, consumption taboos, and brewing methods. Finally, a total of 6 recommended Oolong tea options for you to enjoy the day.

Pu'Er Tea Ultimate Guide! Types, benefits, & tea selections

Pu'Er tea is a traditional classic tea in Hong Kong. We will introduce the types of Pu'Er tea, its benefits, and consumption taboos. We will also go over how to choose and brew Pu'Er tea, and some authentic Pu'Er tea choices from Chinese Tea Gallery.

Explore Japan by sipping a cup of Japanese Green Tea!

Japanese Green tea is renowned for its cultural techniques and remarkable health benefits. It aids in detoxification and helps maintain a balanced body, making it highly valued among health-conscious tea enthusiasts.

Benefits of Black Tea? Intro, and tea choices

What is Black tea? Black tea is fully fermented tea. Through the oxidation process, caffeine in tea is released. Therefore, Black tea is popular as a refreshing beverage. Chinese Tea Gallery offers Earl Grey, English Breakfast tea, and Honey Black tea from Taiwan. Feel free to choose your favourite!

Benefits of Golden Buckwheat Tea? Intro, and tea choices

Caffeine-free Golden Buckwheat tea is made from buckwheat, which belongs to the category of whole grains along with brown rice. It is considered one of the most promising crops by international nutritionists and is rich in nutrients.

Benefits of White Tea? Intro, and tea choices

White tea is generally made from the unopened, tender buds of the tea plant and undergoes minimal processing. It is a lightly fermented tea.

Benefits of Herbal Tea? Intro, and tea choices

Herbal tea, also known as infusion or tisane, was traditionally used as medicinal herbs. With technological advancement, public awareness of Herbal tea has increased, leading to the creation of Herbal tea blends.

港式奶茶是茶餐廳的靈魂?歷史文化、製作方法一次看

香港人對港式奶茶不會覺得陌生,港式奶茶陪伴著香港人長大,是一種代表香港文化的飲品,本文將介紹港式奶茶的特別之處、港式奶茶茶葉批發、港式奶茶製作等各種知識,最後提供港式奶茶茶底推薦!

Differences of Tea Sachets, Tea Powder, & Tea Tins?

How do you choose and buy them? Which is better between tea sachets and loose tea leaves, or tea powder and loose tea leaves? Let's dive into their respective advantages :

Tea Sachets

With the demand for quick and convenient consumption, tea sachets have become popular. They are portable, allowing you to brew tea on the go. Best thing is that we prioritize whole-leaf tea instead of tea dust to maintain the premium level of tea aroma and taste! 

Tea Powder

Compared to loose-leaf tea, tea powder is ground into a fine texture, resulting in a more noticeable tea colour and flavour when brewed. It also retains the original benefits of the tea leaves and can be used in various ways. For example, Matcha powder is not only used to make tea but also commonly used in the preparation of bread, cakes, cookies, & lattes. However, if the ratio of tea powder to water is not accurate, it can result in a bitter taste. Whether to choose tea powder or loose tea leaves depends on personal preferences and needs.

Tea-riffic Tins

Tea-riffic tins and loose tea leaves for brewing tea while on the go can be less convenient. However, tea tins are the best for preserving the original form of the tea leaves and are easier to store. Different types of tea leaves can also showcase unique aromas and flavours. Tea-riffic tins are suitable for tea enthusiasts who enjoy a deeper appreciation of tea culture and want to savor the essence of tea.

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