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What is Wuyi Rock Tea and where does it come from?

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How did the different varieties of teas in the Wuyi Mountain come to be?

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What are some of the lesser-known varieties that come from mid-season shrub tea trees?

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How do tea producers distinguish between the many varieties of tea produced on Wuyi Mountain?

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What are the initial processes of making rock tea?

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Why was fully-fired charcoal roasting so important?

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Not surprisingly, the taste and quality of teas from different areas of the mountain differ greatly.

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When is high heat required when roasting teas?

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Why should we not choose less expensive or big-brand rock teas?

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How do we know if a tea is high-quality or not?

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What is the mountain tea fields problem?

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How do we categorize the different tea sources?

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What are the best conditions for producing rock tea?

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What kinds of things are important in tea plantations?

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How does soil quality affect the quality of the tea?

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How would one describe the flavor of Zhengyan tea?

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Why do we use different terms when talking about Wuyi Rock Tea?

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Shui Xian tea is highly regarded by tea enthusiasts. Find out why.

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The truly authentic Da Hong Pao are grown on a Jiulong Ke rocky cliff of the Wuyi Mountain scenic area.

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Why is purebred Da Hong Pao so hard to come by?

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