"Italian glass, eat-resistance up to 150°C." What about above 150°C? Can it be eaten then? I wouldn't recommend trying.
This tea plantation is on Doi Mae Salong Mountain, located in Chiang Rai province outside Santikhiri (สันติคีรี), near the Golden Triangle. High Mountain Oolong teas are cultivated here in ideal growing conditions at elevations ranging from 1,200 to 1,400 meters. Santikhiri (formerly Mae Salong) is also noteworthy in that most of the residents are Chinese, descended from the Republic of China's 93rd Army Division that eventually found asylum here after the Kuomintang lost the Chinese civil war in 1949. (Brian K. Smith photo | View slideshow)
101 Tea Plantation
29/1 Moo 1, Mae Salong Nok
Mae Fah Luang
Chiang Rai Province, Thailand 57110
Tel: +66 (053) 710 029/30
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