Tea is produced from the Camellia Sinensis Sinensis and the Camellia Sinensis Assamica varieties. The plant can grow to the height of a tree depending on area and terrain or is kept as a bush which makes plucking easier. Tea leaves are graded depending on the part of the plant that it comes from. The top leaves are the most prized. They are the newest, most tender growth.
The eastern province of Zhejiang is famous for Lung Ching tea, which has been grown at the western lake Xihu near the city of Lonjing ever since the time of the Tang dynasty. Also known as "Dragon Fountain Tea" following legend
Our China Wulu loose leaf tea is a very well known Chinese green tea from the Hubei province which is located in central china. Hubei meaning 'north of the lake' has a varied terrain of mountains, lakes and wilderness areas.