Keemun Black Tea
Keemun is a traditional famous black tea of China, produced in Qimen County of Huangshan City. It features thin twigs of sleek black color and luster, red and clear broth with a mellow and refreshing taste, and a fruity smell like that of honey or apple.
Huangshan Maofeng Green Tea
Huangshan Maofeng is a world-famous and best-quality tea, grown in the mountains over 700 meters above sea level within Mt. Huangshan Scenic Spot area which has fertile soil, cool temperatures, plenty of precipitation and a lingering fragrance of flowers. The tea has a unique quality and sends forth a lasting fragrance largely due to its growing environment, its sturdy buds and the consummate skills in picking and processing. Huangshan Maofeng strongly resembles bird's tongues in shape, with bright luster and verdant and soft yellow colors.
Huangshan Maofeng, which is graded according to its quality, entered the tea market of London, Paris and Southeast Asian countries as early as 1976, becoming world famous. It was listed as a National Famous Tea at the Tea Appraisal Meeting held in Changsha in 1982.
The Four Treasures of the Study (Wen Fang Si Bao)
Four stationery items, indispensable to any Chinese scholar and calligraphy practitioner, are the brush pen, inkstick, paper and inkstone. They are main tools with which one carries out ones scholarly work, calligraphy and/or traditional Chinese painting. For this reason, they are called the "four treasures of the study" - Wen Fang Si Bao. It is only through these tools that the beauty of Chinese art receives concrete expression.