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The most expensive tea from Panda poo?

When I read this headline in one of the daily newspapers yesterday, I was amused. The quest for the best of beverages and food items never ceases to stop. No matter, in what form. But I wonder who decides what price the items should fetch even if they taste shit, figuratively and literally.

Moving on, the coffee beans retrieved from the excreta of Asian Palm Civet, also known as toddy cat is considered the most expensive coffee beans in the world.

Now, an entrepreneur from China thought why should tea be left behind. After all, it is one of the widely consumed beverages. So, he is using Panda poop as manure for growing the most expensive tea. Could I have a free sample of the tea, Mr An Yanshi?

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2 comments on “The most expensive tea from Panda poo?

  1. Wow, awesome blog layout! How long have you been blogging for? you made blogging look easy. The overall look of your site is great, let alone the content!

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