Enjoy your meal with Chinese Tea

Many of my guests' experience of drinking tea in some Chinese restaurants is that the tea tastes too bitter. They might even feel some stomach pain or feel dizzy after drinking it. It's because the tea leaves have been brewed in the tea pot too long, or they used too much tea. When you are served this over-brewed tea, it's better not to drink it. It's not healthy and it won't make your delicious dishes taste better. Tell them the tea is too old, and ask the waiter to bring another pot of freshly brewed tea.

But if you have a good pot of tea while eating Chinese dishes, it helps cleansing, digesting, and slowing down the speed of eating, which not only makes the individual dishes taste better and the whole meal more enjoyable, but also helps you avoid eating too much food.

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