The World’s Oldest Tea, the Cause of the Color of Tea, the Most Expensive Teas in the World, the Conditions Required for Premium Tea Production, the Tibetan Practice of Chewing Tea Leaves, and the Primary Cause of Death Upon the Tea Horse Road

Yunan province in China is home to the world's oldest tea, referred to as "Puerh". The color of a tea (eg. green tea, black tea, ulong tea etc.) has nothing to do with the plant it comes from, and everything to do with how it is processed after having been picked. The most expensive teas in the world cost tens of thousands of dollars per 50 gram increments. The conditions required for growing fantastic tea include having proper drainage, high quality clay and soil, and no direct rain or sunlight...

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