After stops in Taiwan to check out this spring's green oolong harvest and Beijing to visit his ailing friend Mr. Yang, Roy is now in Guangxi, overseeing production of our 2010 edition jasmine teas. The production of fine jasmine tea is a painstaking process. In case you missed it earlier, here's an excerpt from Roy's book, Great Teas of China, describing how it works. Next month he's heading to Shaanxi to finalize paperwork on his Chinese tea farm.
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