1. In Their Own Words: Mr. and Mrs. He's Message to Tea Lovers


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    In their own words, Mr. and Mrs. He answer the question: what is the one thing you want to tell tea lovers drinking your tea around the world? We're proud to share every tea the He Family grows in Laoshan Village, Shandong, China. From first picking, hand curled Laoshan Green tea to experimental Laoshan Oolong teas and their incredibly popular new Laoshan Black tea, the He Family hand picks every leaf themselves from their 15 acre organic tea farm, finished in their own family workshop.

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    • Organic Tea Farming in Laoshan Village


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      Mr. He and his family grow every one of our Laoshan teas, from Laoshan Green and Laoshan Black tea to Laoshan Oolong tea. In his own words, Mr. He speaks about his family's commitment to traditional organic farming practices, without pesticides or chemicals.

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      • Verdant Tea of the Month Club


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        Tea farmer Mr. He of Laoshan Village, one of Verdant Tea's strongest partners explains the joy he gets in seeing others enjoy the tea he picks. Tea of the Month Club is introduced as the best way possible to connect with farmers like Mr. He through limited, seasonally appropriate tea pairings. Visit the Verdant Tea website for more information on the Tea of the Month Club, and the limited free trial offer: http://verdanttea.com/teas/tea-of-the-month-club/

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        • Tealet fan girl imitates Akky-san of Obubu Tea Plantations


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          Viral tea farmer Akky-san gets his first mashup thanks to young fan. Experience his tea now: http://tealet.com/grower/obubu-tea-plantations — with Kita Akihiro and Yasuharu Matsumoto

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          • The Dancing Tea Farmer Akky


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            Japanese Tea Dance Party. Drink his tea now: http://tealet.com/grower/obubu-tea-plantations

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            • Japanese Tea Farmers Trimming Tea


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              On a cool Fall afternoon in Wazuka, Kyoto, Japan Akky-san and Marty of Obubu Tea Plantations trim the last of the Fall growth before the field will hibernate over the cold Winter. The Tealet team was there to help. Tea fields take 5 years to grow to beautifully manicured fields. Mechanical harvesters are designed to allow for accurate harvesting of just the top of the trees. It's like a special tea hedger.

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              • Ecological Tea in Taiwan


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                Organic Tea Farmer K.C. Chen discusses "ecologically grown" tea in Taiwan.

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