Some of the most important advancements in the history of tea under the care of humans have taken place in the province of Fujian. Countless cultivars and the advent of the processing styles of white tea, oolong, as well as the most popularized style of tea in the history of the world — black tea — all call Fujian ground zero. Many Taiwanese tea producers, the plants they tend, and the techniques they use descend from and can be traced back to Fujian. With epicenters such as Anxi (the home of Tie Guan Yin oolong), Wuyishan (the famous capitol of rock oolong), Fuding, & Zhenghe (the famed homes of white tea production) some might argue you don’t know tea until you've had a proper taste of what Fujian has to offer.
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