HARVEST REVIEW 2016: Southern China

The Southern Region is located in the south of China, including Fujian, Guangdong, Hainan, and Guangxi. This region is the warmest tea-producing region of China and thanks to the warm climate, rich soil and plenty of rainfall, the Southern region enjoys the perfect terroir for growing tea. In the Southern Region, the average annual temperature is 19-20 Celsius, with the lowest average in January between 7-14 degrees. The growth span of Camellia sinensis lasts for 10 months in such a warm cli

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