HARVEST REVIEW 2016: Jiangnan China

Jiangnan (literally means River South, refers to the area south of the Yangtze River in eastern China) region is the biggest tea producing region in China. With low hills, abundant rainfall, distinct four seasons, this region represents two-thirds of the total production of the nation. Interestingly, a handful of high mountain ranges are all key producing sub-regions with teas of choice, aside from being scenic and hot tourists’ spots. Good economic-social conditions play a big supporting role

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