Destination: China’s National Tea Museum

China’s National Tea Museum, established in Hangzhou in 1991, is considered the epicenter of knowledge and appreciation of China’s most treasured beverage. Whilst there are small tea museums sprinkled across China and several provincial museums with teaware exhibits this is the place to thoroughly explore China’s tea history and culture.   The museum is su

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4 thoughts on “Destination: China’s National Tea Museum

  1. How can we know if a tea is safe, in that it contains no pesticide residues or pollution?

  2. So interesting! I didn’t know there was so much to learn about tea. I will definitely put the China Tea Museum on my list of places to see next time I am in Hangzhou.

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