Menghai specialty tea – what kind of tea belongs to Yunhai Pekoe

Menghai specialty tea - what kind of tea belongs to Yunhai Pekoe

Geography of Menghai County

Menghai County has a tropical and subtropical southwest monsoon climate. The four seasons are like spring, the annual temperature difference is small, the daily temperature difference is large, and the fog is frequent. The sea of ​​​​clouds is also named after the place where the clouds and mists are shrouded in adulthood and the pekoe is worn.

Nannuo Angelica is named after Nannuo Mountain in the east of Menghai County. Deep in the forest of Nannuo Mountain, the vegetation is rich. Tea trees are found all over the hillsides and fields. The middle-aged is cloudy, the soil is fertile, and the humus layer is about half a meter, which provides excellent natural conditions for the growth of large-leaf tea trees.

What kind of tea does Yunhai Pekoe belong to?

Yunhai Pekoe is a type of red, green and green tea. Fresh leaves are picked from one bud and one leaf when they are developing and semi-developed, and are processed through processes such as fixing, rolling, frying two greens, peeling, shaping, turning pots, and drying. Yunhai Pekoe is straight into the tea stick, the front is exposed, and the color is moist; after brewing, the soup color is bright yellow and green, the aroma is pure and pure, the taste is rich and mellow, it is resistant to foaming, and the bottom of the leaves is fresh.

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