Tag Archives: Yunnan tea culture

Bang Ma Sip

A little recollection of being introduced to Bang Ma tea; it contentedly remains a tea by my side on every journey since discovering it.   There are moments that hit when the head and heart – and in this particular … Continue reading

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Guest Blog Post for Asha Tea House

Guest blog post for David Lau’s Asha Tea House in California on tea’s very simple and understated origins in southwestern Yunnan – Pulang Mountain – here

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Jeff Fuchs to headline “Explore” Series at Bookworm in Beijing

  Delighted to be the opening speaker at the Bookworm’s Explorer Series this coming August 2011, in Beijing. Privileged to be able to share. Will be talking (and on occasion ranting) about two routes (and their precious people and memories) … Continue reading

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Interview with Jeff Fuchs on Tea and Co.

Pour yourself a cup of tea and click here to read more about Jeff’s very subjective views on tea.

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Articles by and Interviews with Jeff

Here you will find links to tea and mountain related articles written by Jeff Fuchs as well as interviews with Jeff Fuchs. A little bit of selfish indulgence of two needs. Article in Kyoto Journal Article in Outpost Article at … Continue reading

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