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Wuyi Mountains are found in the north-western part of the Fujian province of China. They are a collection of jagged-edged peaks, nearly always blanketed in clouds and fog. It is here, between the rocks, that grows one of China's more famous teas. A Royal Tea Garden was established here as early as the Yuan Dynasty, with each harvest offered in tribute to the Emperor. And from the time of the Ming Dynasty, this tea was being exported abroad. It continues to be in much demand outside China, with many fans among the British royal family.