Xu Hui, Falkland Islands (PressExposure) January 27, 2012 -- Shanghai-based Wan Ling Tea House won the award for "Best Speciality Importer 2011" at the UK's prestigious Great Taste Awards.
Their FuJian, TieGuanYin stunned the judges and was received a top Three Star award.
This was Wan Ling Tea House's first entry in to the competition. The judging for the Great Taste Awards is rigorous process with over 7400 products being judged over an intense two-month period. For two- or three-stars, up to 20 judges must unanimously agree an entry has achieved absolute perfection. The judges include over 350 experts including key buyers, retailers, chefs and food writers blind tasted entries to ensure they are fairly and independently assessed.
Wan Ling Tea House, based at Surpass Court, on YongJia Road (near YueYang Rd.). Specialises not only in Chinese teas but premium Indian teas and a range of imported French, exotic blended teas for those with a taste for the continental.
Tie Guan Yin blend of oolong teas is very famous of its deep flavor and the best aroma you can get for a tea. It is best to prepare and drink using the Chinese method to prepare the tea, which is just boiling the water, add tea leaves and sip during your meal or whenever you feel like having a tea.
Loose leaf tea for most, is inconvenient. Messing round with loose leaves. Warming up teapots. Waiting for the tea to brew. But why? There are a number of products on the market that address the need for speed and flexibility. If you are on the move, you can buy great tea travel cups. Fully sealed they can be carried in the car or in a bag. Pass by a kettle, top up the tea travel cup and you are ready to keep on the move.
Come and enjoy superior quality teas and the new season Tie Guan Yin Oolong teas fresh in from Fujian.