The second edition of "The Geography of Chinese Tea", which took almost two years to work on, was greatly supplemented and changed relative to the first edition.
We have added entire sections and regions in a number of tea provinces (primarily Guangxi and Fujian), removed some redundant descriptions of tea varieties (which you can always find on our website), supplemented the book with new photographs and made some other edits and additions.
Brief table of contents:
History of the tea tradition;
Geography of famous varieties:
Southwest Tea Region - Yunnan (Pu'er, Yunnan Da Ye), Sichuan, Guizhou.
Southern Tea Region - Fujian (Wuyishan, Wuyishan Oolong, Tongmuguan, Hongcha, Baicha, Anxi County, Pinghe County, Zhaoan County); Taiwan (Taiwan Oolongs, Taiwan Tea Regions);
Guangdong (Dancong Chaozhou, Meizhou County, Jieyang County, Guangdong Red Tea); Guangxi (Heicha, Molihua cha, Kudingcha).
Central Tea Region - Jiangnan and Jiangbei; Hunan (Black from Anhua, Dongting Tea Region, Huangcha); Hubei; Henan (Lücha)
Length: 300 mm.
Width: 220 mm.
Height: 29 mm.
Weight: 2000 gr.
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