The top 10 famous Pu-erh stockades are: Lao Ban Zhang, Naka, Bingdao, Gua Feng Zhai, Wan Gong, Xi Gui, Ma Hei, Kun Lu, Man Song and Lao Man E respectively.
Jiangsu and Zhejiang are two important producing areas of spring tea in China. This article is going to give you some useful information by comparing Jiangsu spring tea and Zhejiang spring tea and listing their main characteristics.
Zhejiang is also called “Zhe(浙)” for short which is located in the East of China. With Shanghai and Jangsu in its North, Anhui and Jiangxi in its West, Fujian and Zhejiang in its South. Zhejiang Province, on the whole, a mountainous province, mountains and hills accounting for 70% of the total area of Zhejiang, and generally higher elevations west and south.
China has widely distributed tea production areas which cover about 11,000 Km2. It is divided into four tea production areas all around the country: Southwest tea area, South tea area, Jiangnan tea area, Jiangbei tea area.
Yunnan Province in China has a rich past with tea, being the place where Pu-erh was first discovered and produced, as well as being famous for its deep and melodious Yunnan black teas. Because of the ideal growing conditions for tea in the Yunnan Province, teas have been produced and grown there for hundreds of years.