Chinese tea has a long history and a wide variety of traditional teas and historical teas. Therefore, China’s “Top Ten Famous Teas” have many sayings in the past:
In 1915, the Panama International Exposition listed Biluochun, Xinyang Maojian, West Lake Longjing, Junshan Yinzhen, Huangshan Maofeng, Wuyi Rock Tea, Qimen Black Tea, Duyun Maojian, Tieguanyin and Lu’an Melon in China as the top ten famous teas in China.
In 1959, China’s “Top Ten Famous Teas” will compare West Lake Longjing Tea, Dongting Biluochun, Huangshan Maofeng, Lushan Yunwu Tea, Lu’an Guapian, Junshan Yinzhen, Xinyang Maojian, Wuyi Rock Tea, Anxi Tieguanyin, and Tuen Mun Black Tea. It is the top ten famous tea in China.
In 1999, Liberation Daily published Jiangsu Biluochun, West Lake Longjing, Anhui Maofeng, Lu’an Melon, Enshi Yulu, Fujian Tieguanyin, Fujian Yinzhen, Yunnan Pu’er Tea, Fujian Yuncha, and Jiangxi Yunwu Tea as China’s Top Ten Famous Teas.
In 2001, the Associated Press and the “New York Daily” listed Huangshan Maofeng, Dongting Biluochun, Mengding Ganlu, Xinyang Maojian, West Lake Longjing, Duyun Maojian, Lushan Yunwu, Anhui Melon, Anxi Tieguanyin, Suzhou Jasmine as China’s Top Ten tea.
In 2002, “Hong Kong Wenhui Daily” listed West Lake Longjing, Jiangsu Biluochun, Anhui Maofeng, Hunan Junshan Yinzhen, Xinyang Maojian, Anhui Tumen Red, Anhui Melon, Duyun Maojian, Wuyi Rock Tea, Fujian Tieguanyin as China’s Top Ten tea.