Tianshan is a giant multi-level complex devoted to tea. The market hosts around 150 stalls selling thousands of varieties of leaves. Walk into almost any of these shops and soon enough you'll be sitting with a small cup, infusion after infusion being poured out for... Read more
Xuyou Teahouse is a Shanghai tea company established in 1951. Their Huaihai branch sells over 100 varieties of Xuyou medium to high grade teas from all over China, and different types of tea ware. They have a small tea cellar inside, as well as a few tables for... Read more
A fine Chinese tea brand from Taiwan, established since 1862. They entered the Shanghai market in 2010, and so far have four stores located in high-end commercial areas. This Xintiandi branch is more of a flagship store, with beautifully arranged tea and teaware... Read more
A Chinese traditional style small tea shop opened since 2012. They sell all six types of Chinese tea and imported tea from Hong Kong and Japan. In addition to that, they also offer a variety of handmade or antique teawares, customized tea products, and Cha Dao... Read more
A two-storied teahouse with a garden pond outside. The interior resembles a classic Chinese teahouse venue yet has a slightly trendier look. Customers are ferried to different-themed private rooms, and treated to various types of tea and small eats. You can choose... Read more
A charming tea shop that sells tea from nearly every corner of China as well as a few from India, but specializes in Tie Guanyin. Owner Wanling also offers courses on tea and various tea accessories. Read more
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