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It's All About Tea — longjing

Re-discovering Gong Fu Cha: Expectations vs Reality

Posted by Misha Gulko on

We just returned from a journey through several renowned tea regions in China, including Chaozhou, Dehua, Jianyang, Wuyi, Hangzhou, and Yixing. During our travels, we had the privilege of mingling with locals, tea producers, teachers of tea art, and pottery artists, all of whom have a deep connection to tea. While drinking unimaginable amounts of tea with them, we were fortunate to observe their interactions with tea and gain insight from our conversations and direct experience.  

As many Westerners do, we embarked on this trip with certain preconceived notions about these legendary tea places and their tea traditions. However, what we experienced often diverged from our expectations. In this blog post, I want to share my preconceived perceptions and juxtapose them with my actual experiences. So, join me as I recount our adventures and observations. (Read More)

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The Best Chinese Green Tea? Long Jing Dragon Well Green Tea!

Posted by Angelina Kurganska on

Longjing Dragon Well Green Tea is one of the most longed for teas hailing from China. West Lake Dragon Well Green Tea is known as one of China's top ten teas. It is frequently served to VIP guests and heads of states who are visiting China. How did it earn such a position? And what makes it unique? Let's find out! (Read more)

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