The village of Bailin is located in the famous Fujian province. A small village became the center of the tea industry in the early twentieth century, and first red teas were produced there fifty years before. Initially leaves from bushes that grown in Fudin and Zhenghe were used as a raw material, and only later they completely switched to leaves of Fudin bushes, which are also used for making varieties of white tea.
A special variety of trees giving many small piled leaves was bred in Bailin. There are also wild bushes growing there, which leaves are of high value. Now different in quality, taste and appearance teas are produced in Bailin, among which you can find elegant golden curls or a form called "Mao Jian" - piled peaks. More and more tea is produced from year to year. However, it is still a comparative rarity.