As an old Chinese saying goes, “Drink scented tea in spring to lift your mood after winter, drink green tea in summer to refresh and chill, drink wulong tea in fall for reminiscing in romantic aroma, and drink black tea in winter to wind down and warm up.” China is the most significant country in the world for Camellia sinensis production. It is the birthplace of the cultivars and teas we know best, from white to dark (post-fermented), and it produces more than 2 million metric tons of te

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