[[File:Bai-Mudan.jpg|thumbnail|250px|Bai Mudan tea (highest grade)]]
...processing and the tea plant cultivars employed in the production.<ref>The Tea Guardian [http://teaguardian.com/nature_of_tea/whites.html white & other li
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...re [[Oxidation|oxidized]] than [[oolong]], [[green tea|green]] and [[White tea|white]] teas.
...''assamica''), which was traditionally mainly used for black tea, although in recent years some green and white have been produced.
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[[File:Ruan_zhi.jpg|thumbnail|[[Ruan Zhi]] Oolong tea from Doi Mae Salong]]
...n process that originated from this area: gongfu tea-making, or the gongfu tea infusion approach.
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[[File:Min River in Nanping.JPG|thumb|Min River (闽江）in Nanping (南平)]]
...ity, it is one of the most culturally and linguistically diverse provinces in China.
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...inese [[tea]] with a winy and fruity taste, designated as a [[China Famous Tea]].
Keemun is produced in the Qimen County of Huangshan City, in [[Anhui]] (Anhwei) province. ("Keemun" has been the English spelling for "Q
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...eaf (Fuding).jpg|thumb|right|White [[Bai Hao Yinzhen tea|Bai Hao Yinzhen]] tea leaves.]]
...ea from Fujian province is the most renown. More recently it is also grown in Taiwan, India, Northern Thailand and Eastern Nepal.
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[[File:Bai-Mudan.jpg|thumbnail|White Peony tea]]
...an is a result of both the processing and the tea plant cultivars employed in the production.
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[[File:Camellia sinensis - Köhler–s Medizinal-Pflanzen-025.jpg|250px|thumb|Tea plant (''Camellia sinensis'') from ''Köhler's Medicinal Plants'']]
...amellia sinensis]]'' After water, tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world. It has a cooling, slightly bitter, astringent flavour which many
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...wn in whole Fujian, Guangdong and even Taiwan. Other common names for this tea are Shui Hsien, Water Fairy or Water Sprite.
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...and usually not roasted. It is produced mainly in [[Fujian]], China, and in Taiwan.
...he drying process that has largely been discontinued due to advancement in tea processing. At its best, Pouchong gives off a floral and melon fragrance a
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...:Green tea 3 appearances.jpg|thumb|right|235px|The appearance of green tea in three different stages (from left to right): the infused leaves, the dry le
...reana, Azores Islands, Portugal: the only European region to support green tea production.]]
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...aiwan. In Taiwan, the green, rolled variants predominate are made while in Fujian of darker and "twisted" Oolong.
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