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Precious State: The Unusual and Obscure Teas of Guizhou – Part 3

by So Han Fan March 14, 2019

Continued from Precious State: The Unusual and Obscure Teas of Guizhou – Part 2 The government has been investing heavily in the Guizhou tea industry in recent years and bold propaganda banners can be seen throughout Shiqian warning farmers against the use of agricultural chemicals. Rui’s friend Xiang runs a … Continue reading

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Precious State: The Unusual and Obscure Teas of Guizhou – Part 2

by So Han Fan March 13, 2019

Continued from Precious State: The Unusual and Obscure Teas of Guizhou – Part 1 In contrast, Guizhou’s tea is generally consumed locally, giving it few opportunities to develop the kind of fame and following that teas like Pu Er and Anhua Hei Cha enjoy. Without a historical commodity tea industry, … Continue reading

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Precious State: The Unusual and Obscure Teas of Guizhou – Part 1

by So Han Fan March 12, 2019

Last spring I had the honor and privilege of accompanying my friend and LA-based tea sommelier Rebecca Razzall of TeaStream to the province of Guizhou, in Southwestern China. There we met up with her friend Rui Liu, a Guizhou native who is now based in London and imports tea under … Continue reading

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