“The Wuyi Mountains are the largest and most representative example of Chinese subtropical forests and South Chinese rainforests biodiversity. Its ecology has survived from before the Ice Age around 3 million years ago”. - WIKI
In 48 hours we will be hoping on plane and meeting with our extended tea family from around the world; Global Tea Hut, and connecting on the sacred mountains of Wuyi. Known in China as having the finest of oolong tea. Wuyi Rock Tea has a long historical standing.
Located in northwestern Fujian province, tea gardens are grown along steep cliffs, Wuyi’s yan-cha (“rock tea”). Wuyi Rock Tea is of wild variety, has been of great reputation in Tang Dynasty and was regarded as a royal tribute in Song Dynasty. Among them, Dahongpao, Tieluohan, Shuijingui, Baijiguan are known as the “Four Famous Firs of Wuyi”.
..... With the embrace of our tea practice and family, I wanted to share a beautiful video of tea brother Adam, who first poured us gongfu tea four years ago. I am forever grateful for his love of tea, as it shined the moment he spoke about it. Thank you Adam.
We look forward to sharing tea and photos when we are back from our trip from WUYI!