Tea from China

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China leads the world when it comes to the production of tea.The tea industry accounts for more than 1 million tons of tea harvested annually and employs more than 80 million people. When Fraser Tea founders sought to source its organic green tea, naturally the tea gardens in China were worth exploring.

Tea tends to be primarily harvested by hand in tea gardens or tea estates. Fraser Tea founders sought the best green tea from Chinese producers. Taste the freshly picked leaves that are grown and handled with skill when sipping Sencha green tea or Lung Ching green tea.

In addition, Chun Lu green tea or Bancha green tea come from China. Tea grows in rainy regions of China, often in regions that have dry days and cooler temperatures at night. Tea requires constant maintenance and is managed year-round in China. The care and attention can be experienced in Fraser Tea varieties like Gyokuro Green and Sweet Sangria.