Teas From Guizhou, China, Not As Widely Available As Teas From Neighboring Provinces
Guizhou province, an interior province in Southwest China, produces tea, but these teas are not as widely available in the West as those produced in its neighbors: Yunnan, Guangxi, Hunan, and Sichuan provinces.
By: RateTea / Merit Exchange LLC
The best-known of these is Yunnan province, to the southwest, known for producing Pu-erh, Dian Hong black tea, and numerous other styles of tea including green and white teas. Northwest of Guizhou is Sichuan, a province whose teas are still somewhat esoteric in the West, but more widely available than those from Guizhou. Hunan to the east and Guangxi to the southeast are similar, producing teas typically only available from specialty tea retailers and those with a focus on China, but still more widely available than those from Guizhou.
RateTea has created a new category for Guizhou province, and is soliciting information on retail brands and tea companies that sell single-origin teas produced in Guizhou in the West, as well as reviewers from people unaffiliated with these companies, of these teas.
Currently, RateTea lists only three teas produced in this region. One is a green tea sold by Adagio Teas. There are also green and black teas sold by Emerail, a German company. None of these teas currently have any reviews on the site.
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