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Dry leaf form of Guangxi Liubao
Liubao tea (Chinese: 六堡茶; Hanyu Pinyin: liùbǎochá; lit. "six strongholds tea") is an oxidized and basket-compressed tea made near and named after a town in Guangxi Province, China. The tea is often aged in its bamboo basket, and thus is sometimes referred to as a shu puer (though it could be argued that puer can only be made in Yunnan province, where the city of Puer is located). (more)

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