The old man sipped his tea. He had never grown weary of that flavor. His father had picked Oolong tea, as had his father’s father and grandfather. And his young grandsons would also one day pick tea just like his daughter did now. It all made sense in aRead More
Cheap tea will not become a thing of the past in China. However, there is a rising desire for better quality tea that is beginning to drive the market trends.
Last month, World Tea News published a fascinating article about Taiwanese tea.
Previously, we looked at how tea began as what is known today as green tea and then inadvertently spun off into yellow tea and dark tea (AKA post-fermented tea). The puzzle is still incomplete, though, as there are…