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In the video, the He Family is working on finishing their Reserve Laoshan Black tea – the first Da Tian harvest of the spring, after the greenhouse covers come off […]
Here’s some history. They say it was during the Qing Dynasty, around 1840. There was an Englishman, a [Scottish] botanist named Robert Fortune. He was commissioned by a company. Which […]
Shi Feng cultivates two distinct varietals of tea. The first is called Longjing Qunti, which is referred to by locals as lao shu, or old tree varietal. This is the classic and original […]
In his own words, Mr. Li walks us through his family’s workshop. The Li Family uses a variety of traditional and modern method to create their Wuyi oolong teas. From withering to firing, […]
In his own words, Master Zhang speaks about the way that the air (sky), the place (earth), and the people need to come together as one to make truly great tea. […]