Fo Shou

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Fo Shou, Buddhas Hand Oolong
Fo Shou, Buddhas Hand Oolong

Fo Shou (佛手), literally translated as "Buddha's Hand" is a Oolong. He is also known as Xiang Yuan, a citrus fruit smells like the scent of Fou Shou. The citrus fruit looks like a hand with many fingers out what the name of Buddha led hand. Fo Shou is in China, grown in Yongchun, Fujian Wuyishan and in and in Shiding, Taiwan. In Taiwan, the green, rolled variants predominate are made while in Fujian of darker and "twisted" Oolong.

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