Poohblah wrote:"A harvest from 60 acres farm land can only produce 500 grams of Xu Fu Long Ya."
This claim on Teaspring's website seems totally absurd.
I think it's mainly a wording problem. They could modify the description a little bit and make it look better. Typically a bud-style early spring green tea takes 80,000-10,000 leaf-buds to make 500g, and the first harvest of Long Ya or some other bud teas happen when the budding rate is 5% in the plantation (5% of all new buds are big enough for harvest). So I guess they are talking about the first harvest of the tea, and the ball-park figure sounds right to me (but I have yet to look up how much is 1 acre, I'm a metric person