Anhui is known for its high quality green tea, and makes up one third of the Golden Triangle of spring green tea production. With a majestic landscape and steep terrain, the mountains of Anhui provide the perfect high mountain growing conditions for tea to flourish.
Located on the south eastern coast of China. Fujian consists of geographically isolated and distinct tea growing regions. This province has the broadest range of tea types produced: from greens and whites, to oolongs and reds.
Guangdong is in southern China, east of Fujian Province. The Phoenix Mountain range in eastern Guangdong is home to the oldest oolong producing region in China. The intensely aromatic oolongs from this region are called Phoenix oolongs, or Phoenix Dan Cong.
Sichuan is located in eastern China, immediately north of Yunnan Province. This region was the first to cultivate the tea plant. Sichuan produces bright and intense greens that showcase the purity of a minimally processed tea leaf.
Located between the North and South China Seas and across the strait from Fujian, Taiwan is a lush island country with five rugged and high elevation mountain ranges running its length. Taiwan is known primarily for its high elevation oolongs and red teas.
Located in southwestern China, Yunnan is one of the earliest tea producing regions in China. It boasts groves of wild trees used to make pu-erhs and reds. Song offers one unique red tea from this region.