1. Introduction to Tea

  • White: Pai Mu Tan/Bai Mu Dan
  • Green: Pi Lo Chun/Biluochun
  • Oolong: Dong Ding/Tong Ting
  • Assam: Bokel Estate TGFOP1
  • Puerh: Yi Wu Purple Sheng Puerh

2. All About Oolong

  • Mountain Oolong, Winter
  • TieGuanYin Oolong
  • Oriental Beauty Oolong
  • Imperial Pearl Oolong

3. Teas of Japan

  • Sencha First Grade Yamato
  • Sencha Fukamushi
  • Gyokuro
  • Genmaicha

4. Famous Teas of China - Part 1

  • Longjing (Dragonwell)
  • Bai Hao Yin Jan (Yellow Mountain Fur Peak)
  • Gua Pien (Melon Seed)
  • Da Hung Pao (Big Red Robe)
  • Qi Men Hung (Keemum)

5. Famous Teas of China - Part 2

  • Bi Lo Chun (Green Sea Snail)
  • Jun Shan Yin Zhen (Mount Jun Silver Needle)
  • Ti Guan Yin (Iron Goddess of Mercy)
  • Tai Ping Hou Kui
  • Xin Yang Mao Feng

6. Exploring the Teas of Darjeeling

  • First Flush: Singbulli Estate
  • First Flush: Singtom Estate
  • Second Flush: Puttabong Estate - Moondrops
  • Second Flush: Risheehat Estate - Wiry Musk

7. Puerh Tea: Getting Better with Age

  • Shu/Ripe: 2010 Nan Jian
  • Shu/Ripe: 2005 Haiwan
  • Shu/Ripe: 1980 Mountain Tea Co.
  • Sheng/Raw: 1980 He Ji Xiang (Vietnam)
  • Sheng/Raw: 2012 Yi Wu Purple Tea

8. White Tea: Deliciously Dainty

  • Shou Mei
  • Bai Hao Yin Zhen (Silver Needle)
  • Pai Mu Tan (White Peony)
  • Darjeeling Okayti

9. Black (Red) Teas of China

  • Bailin Gongfu
  • Golden Monkey
  • Yunnan DeHong Wild Trees
  • Lapsang Souchong

10. Health Benefits of Tea Lecture

  • GABA Oolong


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