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Fortune, moreover, "was going deeper into [China] than any Briton had ever dared, beyond the reach of British influence." For All the Tea in China contains some comical scenes of Fortune's efforts to change his appearance to make himself look Chinese, but the attempts probably weren't that funny to Fortune.
As Kit Chow and lone Kramer explain in their book All the Tea in China, "The leaves come from the Yunnan province Dayeh (large leaf) variety of broad leafed tea tree, which may be more closely related to the original ancient tea tree of pre-glaciation times than the smaller-leafed one.
With output having reached a record 600,000 tons in 1993 (a revised official figure subsequent to the writing of my article, "All The Tea in China," (Tea & Coffee Trade Journal, August 1994, pg.