Pouchong
Pouchong Pou*chong", n. A superior kind of souchong tea. --De Colange. [1913 Webster]

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  • Pouchong — Tee. Pouchong (chinesisch 包種茶 bāozhòng) ist ein leicht fermentierter Tee (etwa 30%). Damit liegt er in Bezug auf den Fermentierungsgrad zwischen Grünem Tee (praktisch unfermentiert) und Oolong (der nicht ganz fermentiert wird) …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Pouchong — (spr. puschóng), s. Tee …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Pouchong — Infobox Tea Tea name = Pouchong Tea type = Between Green and Oolong Tea color = Pouchong Tea Tea origin = Fujian Province, China and Taiwan | Tea names = Bao Zhong | Tea quick = Acidic floral fragrance and has a rich, mild melony tastePouchong… …   Wikipedia

  • pouchong — (pou chon) Voy. thé …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • pouchong — [pu: (t)ʃɒŋ] noun a kind of China tea made by fermenting the withered leaves only briefly, typically scented with rose petals. Origin from Chin …   English new terms dictionary

  • pouchong — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Formosa oolong tea — Formosa Oolong is oolong (烏龍茶) teas grown and produced in Taiwan. Taiwan is also known as Formosa from the Portuguese Ilha Formosa, meaning “beautiful island”.HistoryThe earliest record of tea trees found in Taiwan can be traced back to 1717 in… …   Wikipedia

  • Oolong — This article is about the type of tea. For other uses, see Oolong (disambiguation). Oolong tea Rolled oolong tea leaves Traditional Chinese …   Wikipedia

  • Chinese community in Kolkata — The Chinese of Kolkata in West Bengal, India are a community of immigrants and their descendants that emigrated from China starting in the late 1700s to work at the Calcutta port . Unofficial estimates put the number of Chinese in Kolkata… …   Wikipedia

  • tea — tealess, adj. /tee/, n. 1. the dried and prepared leaves of a shrub, Camellia sinensis, from which a somewhat bitter, aromatic beverage is prepared by infusion in hot water. 2. the shrub itself, extensively cultivated in China, Japan, India, etc …   Universalium

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