Its apparently that time of year, harvesting season for that emerald jade beauty of an oolong, tieguanyin 铁观音. Mid November is the end of the harvesting season in Fujian. The most well known tieguanyin and the original source is around Anxi in Southern Fujian.
I recently visited one of the “tea cities” in Fuzhou. This area is full of literally dozens of tea wholesalers from various tea mountains throughout China. While there I visited a wholesalers I knew whose family has farms in Anxi.
They literally had bushels and bushels of tieguanyin. They were also processing and sorting leaves there. For the past few weeks everywhre you go in Fujian there are people sorting through tieguanyin at all the tea stores.