Journey to Wuyi Mountain is a video that will take you deep into the heart of Wuyishan to where we buy our Wuyi teas from, and also show you who is picking the teas and who is processing the teas. Wuyishan is a Taoist mountain area nestled deep in Fujian Province that is famous for their yan cha or rock Oolongs. So join us for the Journey to Wuyi Mountain!
The Oolongs that come from this region are famous not only for their rich, unique taste, but also for their incredible Qi.
In this video you will see Wuyi Taoist Master Yu performing Qigong inside the tea plantation using the Qi of the tea! Many of the scenes were filmed during our Wuyi Mountain Tea & Qi Retreat.
There is another scene of the most incredible Taoist monk I have ever met. He lives by himself in the rock temple in the video. He grows all his own food and even his own tea.
The Wuyi Farmers’ Collective is a tea farmer’s collective deep in the mountains of Wuyishan. The farmer’s livelihood are Wuyi Oolong and Black teas. This is a rare village in where the profits are divided equally amongst the group, which is the Fairest of Trade.
They are like a big family as their village is less than 50 people, has a courtyard in the center and surrounded by beautiful mountains. The houses are all clean and good condition with organic vegetables growing all around. Their teas are exquisite, some of the best we have seen come out of Wuyishan.
In addition, they have very rare, wild teas they harvest from a bamboo forest. They have a rare, wild, ancient tea tree forest that has been harvested for generations. Buy any of the teas below and support the livelihood of this wonderful village.
Here is the Video
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