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'Most expensive' tea harvested in Sichuan

(Chinanews.com)

16:05, March 19, 2012

An Yanshi picks "Panda Tea" at a tea plantation in Ya'an, Sichuan Province while dressing himself like a panda on March 17. An is the initiator and has been awarded a patent for the jaw-dropping expensive tea, which, due to using panda feces as fertilizer, could cost upwards of 439,730 yuan (US$69,550) per kilogram. (Photo: Zhang Lang)
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