Tea in China

Tea is produced in vast areas of China, mostly in the southern half of the country. The Chinese drink mainly green tea and produce some of the world’s rarest green teas, but they export mostly black tea. From the banks of the Aiushi River in the Wuyi Mountains, our Sky Between the Branches is a pure, hand-picked Chinese tea harvested only 10 days each spring that rarely makes its way beyond China’s borders.

The oldest living tea tree resides in China where it is said tea was discovered in the 5th century A.D.