Tai Mu Lu Xue Ya tea is one of the 3 most famous teas from Fu Jian province. Min Nan (southern Fu Jian) produce Tie Guan Yin, Min Bei (nothern Fu Jian) produce Wu Yi Yan Cha. And, Min Dong (Eastern Fu Jian) produce Lu Xue Ya. Dated back to te Song Dynasty, famous poet Su Dong Po had already tasted Lu Xue Ya and from then got addicted to tea. Lu Xue Ya grown on the misty Tai Mu Mountain surrounded by trees and steams. The outstanding environment brings up splendid tea.
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