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Choui Fong strives to commit in providing only the finest in every cup of tea. Each cup offered is always truly fresh and tasty. For many years, our customers have been very pleased with our consistent quality and the affordable pricing we have set to enable them to enjoy the luxury of sipping the finest cups of tea everyday.

This satisfaction from our customers is maintained as Choui Fong continues to use only the most natural methods in the processing of its tea. All teas are organically grown based on recommended standards as set by the National Bureau of Agricultural Commodity and Food Standards.

Other than the tea products which the company offers as a specialty in both bulk and in tea bags, a selection of tea accessories are also on offer to support the various needs and requirements of Choui Fong’s valued and ever growing clientele, here in Thailand and in abroad.

The followings are our tea selections :

1. Chinese Green Tea

Often referred to as “unfermented” tea. It has undergone minimal oxidation during processing . Well known for its many health benefits, Chinese Green tea helps to prevent cancer, lowers cholesterol & blood pressure, strengthens the immune system, prevents cavities, reduces stress and regulates ageing. Green teas are a natural and delicious way to include antioxidants in any diet.

Taste: Unlike most Japanese steamed green tea, Chinese green teas are pan-fired (like Hoijicha) giving them a smoky and hearty taste

Water for green tea, should be around 80 °C to 85 °C (176 °F to 185 °F)

2. Jasmine tea

The most fragrant and popular scented Chinese tea. Our Jasmine tea is made from good quality green tea leaves which is repeatedly scented with fresh jasmine flowers, allowing the tea leaves to fully absorb the fragrance and to create a tea with longer-lasting taste and aroma.

Taste: Refreshingly sweet and delicate tea with a distinct fresh Jasmine fragrance and taste. The strong flowery aroma of this tea is very soothing.

Water for Jasmine tea, should be around 80 °C to 85 °C (176 °F to 185 °F)

3. Jin Xuan Oolong Tea (Oolong Tea No. 12)

Often referred to as “ se-mi fermented” tea that is known for its intense and flowery sweet aroma combined with a pleasantly sweet after taste. Oolong Tea never ceases to lose its appeal no matter how often you drink. Polyphenol in oolong tea is effective in controlling obesity. It activates the enzyme that is responsible for dissolving triglyceride. It has been confirmed that the continuous intake of oolong tea contributes to enhancing the function of fat metabolism and to controlling obesity. It also increases your body energy, promotes metabolism, promotes healthy teeth, skin and bones and can help to lower cholesterol, protect against heart disease and aid in digestion and help to regulate ageing.

Taste : Oolong teas offer a spectrum of flavors that impart unique notes and elegant bouquets. It is commonly brewed to be strong, with the bitterness leaving a sweet aftertaste.

Water for Oolong type, should be brewed around 90 °C to 100 °C (194 °F to 212 °F).

Tip : The vessel should be warmed before pouring in the water. Clay teapots are the traditional brewing vessel for oolong tea. For best results use spring water, High quality oolong can be brewed multiple times from the same leaves. It is common to brew the same leaves three to five times, the third steeping usually being the best.

4. Ruanzhi Oolong Tea

One of the most famous and finest Oolong Tea.The leaves of this tea are carefully hand-picked It is believed that Ruanzhi Oolong tea plants needed carefully plant. As with most Oolongs, the frangrance and taste of this tea is wonderfully sweet and will leave you craving for more. The appearance is yellowsh gold in color.

Taste: The naturally sweet, fruity aroma is strong and captivating, while the taste is full-bodied, refreshing and sweet with a flavor that is reminiscent of a mouth-watering peach.

Health Benefit and brewing temperature see Jin Xuan Oolong Tea.

5. Gui Hua Oolong

is produced by scenting Jin Xuan Oolong tea with fresh osmanthus flowers, combining the sweet osmanthus fragrance with the fruity sweet nature of Jin Xuan Oolong. This tea was especially popular among the ladies in the past as they believe that drinking it can help them enhance their beauty. In any case, Gui Hua Oolong is truly a lovely tea suitable to be shared with your friends and family anytime. You will find some golden yellow osmanthus flowers mixed in with the Oolong tea leaves. During the infusion, the flowers will float on top of the surface of the water.

Taste: when infused, the tea leaves release the lovely sweet and pleasant aroma of osmanthus flower. The tea is refreshingly light and has a hint of peachy flavor.

Health Benefit and brewing temperature see Jin Xuan Oolong Tea.

6. Ginseng Oolong Tea

This is an invigorating blend of Oolong and ginseng. The tea is produced by tightly compressing the tea leave with powdered ginseng and liquorice grass into the shape of tiny tablets. Ginseng has long been renowned as a medicinal herb. It’s frequently used for enhancing physical and mental endurance, strengthening resistance to stress and fatigue, boosting the immune system and revitalizing cell activity.

Taste: The taste is somewhat thick and strong, with a very sweet aftertaste and liquorice tingle. Its sweet aftertaste makes this a very desirable scented tea.

7. Ti Kuan Yim

Ti Kuan Yim means 'iron goddess of mercy,' a name derived from local legend. The name reflects the vibrant color and beautiful shape of the tea leaves, each resembling a tiny piece of green jade. Appearance of Ti kuan Yim is tightly curled dark jade green leaves. The infusion is yellowish green in color.

Taste: tea leaves have very subtle fragrance. The lovely orchid-like fragrance fills the air. It has a sweet honey note with a hint of floral taste. Refreshing, mild but lasting floral aftertaste.

Health Benefit and brewing temperture see Jin Xuan Oolong Tea.

8. Green Tea Powder, ( Matcha)

Green tea powder is made from the whole leaf of the Camellia sinensis plant. Often it will include the veins and stems of the leaf. It is milled from the leaf to make a powder.

This powder can be used for making mixes for baking, cooking and even soaps and candles as well as drinks. It is also used in some cosmetics.

Matcha is very much a delicacy and a high quality green tea, which means it tends to be quite expensive

9. Jasmine Pearl

It is an exotic Dragon Pearl tea blend wit jasmine. Each pearl combines two delicate leaves and an unopened bud. When added to water, the pearls majestically unfurl, releasing their delicate scent and flavor.

Water for jasmine pearl tea, should be around 180 °F for 2-3 minutes

10. The Flower Blossom

Art Flower Tea, This finely picked green tea has been masterfully tied together by hand to delight all senses. The display develops into an elegant bouquet of fine green tea with a globe amaranth in the center The combination of the flowers' captivating scent and the fresh high quality tea leaves produces a wonderful balanced aroma

Brewing Guide: Using clear glass cup or wine glass. Rinse the tea cup with hot water. Use only one piece for each cup. Steep tea leaves in hot water at 70 °c (158 °F) to 80 °c (176 °F) for 1 to 2 minutes for the first and second brewing. Gradually increase steeping time and temperature for subsequent brewing.

11. Rose Tea

This Rose bud tea is made from real rose buds, plucked when they are young and then dried. Lovely and highly enjoyable beverage, red rose tea add spark to women beauty, relieve menstrual pain (add a bit of red wine and brown sugar), ease stomach bloatedness. red rose tea is good for women’s general wellbeing.

Taste: Smells and tastes like the lovely rose, brew with Green or Oolong Tea will increase favor of Tea.

Tea brewing: Use 4-5 flowers of the Rose bud tea and brew with boiling water. It can also be brewed with tea leaves.


12. Chinese Black Tea

Tastes thick and robust. Tea connoisseurs appreciate Chinese Black tea as a beverage with various purifying qualities. Chinese Black tea blends easily with other flavors to create a rich and exquisite taste. Regular consumption of Chinese Black tea can reduce risk of stroke

13. Pouchong ( Oolong Green Tea )

It is very lightly oxidized tea somewhere between green tea and what is usually considered oolong tea, though often classified with the latter due to its lack of the sharper green tea flavours. At its best, Pouchong gives off a floral and melon fragrance and has a rich, mild taste.Pouchong tea has been shown to have antioxidant activity and antimutagenic properties. Catechins are important antioxidants in tea, and one study found Pouchong tea to have over three times the amount of these compounds relative to black tea, although it was found to have less than green or oolong teas.


14. Pu-erh Tea

This tea produced from good green tea, Xiao Tuo Cha can last for multiple infusions. A must try for new Pu Erh drinker. It is oxidized slowly, through an aging process, that is thought to bring out a deeper, more varied flavor from the tea. Pu Erh is the only tea that improves in flavor and value with age. Brewing Guide: Use 1 piece for one big cup or teapot . Steep in hot water at 100 °c (212 °F) for 2 - 4 minutes.


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