The tea fields of coastal Chinese province Zhejiang cover the hills in rows of lush, green tea bushes. The image is reminiscent of the rolling vineyards of Tuscany. And in many ways, tea is to China what wine is to the West. Pu'er tea ages just like a bottle of red, with raw Pu'er from the 1950-70s commanding as much as $20,000 a pound.
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China’s Tainted Tea Problem