Generation Tea Review: Chinese Tea for Health

Generation Tea specializes in vintage Chinese tea, including PU-erh Tea and Liu Bao Tea. They offer products for high-end tea connoisseurs who are interested in the medicinal benefits of tea.

Generation Tea staff began as dedicated drinkers of fine Chinese teas, which led them to wonder how many more people had yet to discover the enjoyment of premium tea. Hence, they utilized resources, experiences, and knowledge to provide you with this quality drink at competitive prices.



It is estimated that the necessary daily intake of polyphenols is from 300-400 mg. This translates to about 4 cups of green tea each day. Green and white teas have the highest concentration of all types of polyphenols because they are minimally processed. Vitamin C, another well-known antioxidant, is also present in tea.


Green tea has been shown to lower the occurrence of all types of cancers, with more significant decreases in digestive and urinary tract cancers. Research has shown tea to be helpful in inhibiting esophageal, stomach, colon, rectal, liver, pancreatic, bladder, breast, and lung cancers. Tea has also been shown to benefit white blood cells during chemotherapy treatment.


Green tea has been shown to help decrease cholesterol. Pu-erh tea has been shown to help enhance fat metabolism. Both green and Pu-erh teas seem to bond to the cholesterol, retarding absorption as it goes through the digestive tract. This means the body does not absorb the fat even though it was eaten.

Green tea also acts as a blood thinner and helps prevent unhealthy clotting. It has also been shown to be relaxing to the blood vessels. This translates to a decrease in fatal heart disease and stroke.


Tea contains fluoride and other minerals. It is a good cavity fighter and helps maintain hard teeth. In addition, the polyphenols of tea exhibit anti-plaque properties that can help fight bacteria in the mouth. Children can drink one cup of green tea a day to aid in reducing cavities. Rinsing with green tea after meals are cleansing and refreshing.


Drinking a cup of tea with each meal is a protocol for using tea successfully as a metabolic stimulant. Tea by itself carries only 4 calories per serving, and it’s most healthy when consumed with nothing added. The caffeine in tea increases body function to help burn more calories. The polyphenols seem to aid in the digestion of fat, truly making it a Chinese diet tea.


2007 CNNP Special Edition Mini Tuocha

This production chain in China is responsible for much of the Pu-erh tea up until about 20 years ago. The government ran and directed the factories and controlled the export of many teas and products. Each mini tuocha is wrapper in the signature CNNP paper and logo, which made these tuo’s instantly recognizable. Kuming storage. Try some, you’ll like them.

1980’s Chen Xiang Old Flavor Chen Joe Menghai Loose Leaf Pu-erh

This is a great Menghai tea that is only slightly shu (20%) to get the aged flavor. The rest of the taste is time and HK dry storage. There is a great aftertaste that makes this tea memorable. A nice large leaf base that infuses quickly to brew a strong cup. A good tea of shu/sheng process that was used a lot in the 1980’s to help speed aging but give the tea some room to naturally oxidize with time.

1990’s Yi Wu Old tree Big Arbor Loose Pu-erh Basket Tea

This is a sheng raw tea and has many colors of leaves from dark brown to a deep green. The leaves are thick and flavorful. This tea lasts many infusions. It is good to drink now and will get even better with some more time. It is Honk Kong stored which has aged this tea to be very drinkable now. Starting to develop Chen Xiang old taste and it leaves a distinctive sweetneww in the mouth after drinking. A wise addition.

2018 Mi Lan Xiang Dancong ( Honey Orchid )

This is a very exclusive tea that can be brewed many times with good taste. This Honey Orchid taste Dancong is one of The most famous of Guangdong Province. This tea was born and grown to be brewed gongfu fashion, using less than 5 oz. of water with 3-4 grams of leaves. The dark brown, almost black leaves turn a deep green. This exhibits the ‘craftmanship’ that goes into the production of this tea. It also has an amazing fragrance when you smell the brewed tea. An essential addition to your teas. Picked from trees ranging from 20 to 80 years old


“Product works, at least for my health needs. Fair pricing, with fast delivery.”__M. L. Mitchell

“For myself, it took time for tea to help make slow, but, positive effects, never expected an “overnight miracle” as many seem to expect. I add a small amount of royal jelly, not bad. Seller offer product at a reasonable price, and fast delivery.”__M. L. Mitchell

Love this tea have been drinking it several years some of this tea could be a little bitter, this manufacturer is smooth and great tasting”__Ann

View Website: