Yunnan

[2013.04.03]
Close-up photo of pan-frying process for making pu-erh tea

I am now staying in a small village situated at high mountain area (about 1500m a.s.l) in Ling Cang. I visited …

[2013.04.01]
Visiting Lahu race pu-erh hunter in Da Xue Shan

I arrived in the village located on the foot of Da Xue Shan. Today onwards, I am visiting various manufactures …

[2013.03.21]
Jing Mai is the ideal place for pu-erh tea lover

Jing Mai: the ideal place for pu-erh tea lover From my experience, I found that most of pu-erh tea lover wish …

Wild pu-erh tea
[2013.03.20]
Wild Tea Tree in Wu Liang Shan, Yunnan

In 2011, I visited Wu Liang Shan of Yunnan province in China. I was there to look for wild tea trees. In Yunna …

pu-erh tea leaf
[2013.03.18]
The simple reason why some pu-erh teas has smoky flavor.

Smoke Gets into Your Tea – Debunk the Smoky Tea Myth Fresh plucked raw pu-erh tea leaves are usually processed …

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