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[2013.05.22]
Junshan Yinzhen, the limited yellow tea made in the Island

We have just released Junshan Yinzhen 2013. I would convey that this is the most prestigious yellow tea in Chi …

[2013.05.20]
The Bee God Tree in Mang Jing

I had the opportunity to enjoy the sight of nature’s great creation in Mang Jing which is a small village loca …

[2013.05.19]
Darjeeling First Flush from Singbulli Ting Ling district

This spring, we are introducing 4 types of new Darjeeling first flush tea Among these new teas, I would like t …

[2013.05.16]
Shi Feng Long Jing, made from the “Old Tea Tree”

We have released Shi Feng Long Jing 2013. To many tea drinkers, Long Jing sounds very familiar, and it becomes …

[2013.05.03]
The “vintage white tea” booming in Fujian province, China

  Fuding is the famous production base for white tea. In my recent visit, I noticed some unusual circumst …

[2013.04.23]
The ultimate self-sufficient lifestyle of Yunnan minority people

Whenever I went to Yunnan minority villages, one thing always gave me a very deep impression.   Lifestyle …

[2013.04.21]
Wild tea “Mao-Cha” on sale only for a limited time

  There are a number of wild tea trees naturally growing in Da Xue Shan. Da Xue Shan is one of the provin …

[2013.04.20]
Limited and precious Ming Qian pu-erh tea in Lincang

  Qian Long Jing. In Chinese, Ming Qian means before Qing Ming (清明節, 4th of April). Although less people …

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