It's always nice hearing from more people that actually live in China and have first hand experience with tea production I look forward to hearing your opinions and ideasJingjiatang wrote:
Thanks for all yours' nice words here. This is the best tea forum I've ever seen, and rules/efforts that make this place nicer worth all my respect. I believe there will be a lot of things about puer we can happily communicate with each other.
One of the intentionally aged teas, Pu-Erh has a loyal following.