Wild Woman plucking Wild Tea
We found a very special lot ( only 2 kilos) of Wild black tea from mountains of central Hunan. It tasted so sweet and smooth, that we had to see where it came from. My tasting buddy, Elvira Cardenas, is seen here plucking some tea leaves from wild plants from the middle of the forest.
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