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Healthy tea, good time

We enjoy tea, especially with friend(s) together, just like you.

The main chemical substances in tea are essential oils, caffeine, and polyphenols (mistakenly known by many people as tannins). The essential oils give us the aroma of the tea, the caffeine stimulates the central nervous system, and the polyphenols account for the much publicized antioxidant and anti-disease properties.
Mencius, who lived during the 4th century BCE, is considered by many to be the wisest sage who ever lived.  In the humanist spirit that was central to Ruism (儒家), Mencius believed in the essential goodness of humanity.  This goodness resides in every person in what he called hsin, or heart.  Heart, he tells us, is what defines us as human. 
One of mencius's most influential views was his list of four innate ethical dispositions, which he treats as what Western ethicists would call cardinal virtues: benevolence 仁(rén), righteousness 義(), propriety 禮(), and wisdom 智(zhì). Each of the four virtues is associated with a characteristic emotion or motivational attitude: “The feeling of compassion is benevolence. The feeling of disdain is righteousness. The feeling of respect is propriety. The feeling of approval and disapproval is wisdom”  Meng Teahouse categorizes the four main types of our tea products consistent with these virtues.

Special types

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Black Tea

Black tea is withered, fully oxidized (fermented) and dried. Black tea yields a hearty, amber-colored brew. It is the type of tea most consumed in the West. Some of the popular black teas include English Breakfast, and Darjeeling.


Black Tea

Green Tea

Green tea skips the oxidizing step. It is simply withered and then dried (sometimes roasted). It has a more delicate taste and is pale green / golden in color.

義 YI

Green Tea

Oolong Tea

Oolong tea, popular in China, Taiwan and Japan, is withered, partially fermented (between 30% and 70%), and dried. Oolong is a cross between black and green tea in color and taste.

禮 LI

Oolong Tea

White Tea

White tea is the least processed. A very rare tea from China, White tea is not oxidized or rolled, but simply withered and dried by steaming.


White Tea


tianjue 天爵

Divine Prestige

Mencius holds a person having yi in high esteem and suggests that there are two types of prestige.  One is the divine prestige tianjue (天爵), for those with the virtues of ren (benevolence), yi (righteousness), zhong (loyalty), and xin (trustworthiness), and the other is human prestige (renjue 人爵), for those with ranks in a political system (mencius 11.16).

Vintage Tea

Rich in culture and history.

Why age tea at all? Most tea doesn't so much age as turn stale and dead. But with the right environment, and the right tea, you get something utterly unique: a drink that slinks down your throat and hugs your belly, relaxes your muscles and calms your mind. The best aged tea is medicine you want to gulp, full of bitter chocolate or stonefruit or wet, sweet soil. And for the complexity of what you're drinking, it can cost way, way less per serving than that bottle of old Scotch.
Meng's middle name from generation to generation began in the Ming Dynasty, The Hongwu Emperor, personal name Zhu Yuanzhang, was the founder and first emperor of China's Ming dynasty. In recognizing Meng descendants extraordinarily outstanding. They were given the field to farm, exempt from corvee, and ten generations middle name starting from Mencius's fifty-sixth generation Meng Xi Wen.
Meng Teahouse Vintage Collection in the remembrance of ancestry legacy would place in order the start production year according to the genealogy - middle name order.
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