Teas of China From around the world

It is believed by many that tea growing and drinking began in China. Legend tells how in 2737BC Emperor Shen Nung was sitting beneath a Camellia tree when a few leaves dropped from the branches and landed in the water he was boiling. Tea has been synonymous with China ever since and China still remains one of the largest tea producing countries in the world.

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Produced in the Fujian Province of Eastern China, this tea is bright with good Jasmine character...
  Manufactured from the finest green leaves that have been lightly steamed and then gent..
Manufactured from the finest green and white teas that have been lightly steamed and then gently ..
Produced entirely by hand, these are produced by tying White and Green tea leaves together using ..
  From the Fujian hills of Eastern China, this tea is created using the finest Green and..
  Manufactured from the finest green leaves that have been lightly steamed and then gent..
  Manufactured from the finest green leaves that have been lightly steamed and then gent..
  Manufactured from the finest leaves that have been lightly steamed and then gently inf..
  (Jasmine Silver Needle) This white tea is produced by the imperial plucking method, pe..
This tea has twisted and rolled green leaves. It produces a liquor that is a little bright, and h..
   A green tea from the mountains of the Anhui Province of Eastern China. The leaf ..
  A good neat Chinese black leaf. Has a bright infusion, with a deep and slightly nutty ..
  From the Anhui Province, this tea is rarely sold outside of China, it is the pinnacle ..
  From the Anhui Province, this tea is another rare tea that is infrequently sold outsid..
A good neat Chinese black leaf. Has a little nutty character. Slightly more refined than Dai..
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