Happy New Year 2022.
Cooling tea? No, not iced tea. Many Chinese communities all over the world drink cooling tea. Known as Liang Cha in Mandarin or Leong Cha in Cantonese, this tea is actually a herbal concoction that many Chinese drink when they feel 'out or sorts' or heaty sensation in the body. Many Chinese medical halls will have their own cooling tea concoction. You can buy an inexpensive pack of herbs, add water and put it to a boil and its ready to drink in minutes. Some medical halls have a brewing service where there would brew up a bowl of this tea for consumption.
This Tan Ngan Lo's cooling tea is a convenient tea bag version. Simply dunk a tea bag into a mug of hot water and its ready to drink after a minute. The aroma is pleasantly herbal. Taste is not too bitter with a light orange/ lemon peel in the aftertaste. This teabag is very popular in Malaysia and Singapore and I know a few friends who are ardent supporters of this tea.
I would most probably be putting this tea up in my online store for my tea readers and friends (if you are interested) to try a mug of cooling tea.