What kind of tea is Tianmu Qingding?
Tianmu Qingding is a kind of fried green tea, which was created in the Ming Dynasty and was once listed as a tribute tea. Tianmu Qingding is divided into Dinggu, Yuqian, Xiawu, Meijian, Meibai, Xiaoqing, etc. Among them, Dinggu is of the best quality.
Tianmu Qingding tea sticks are straight, thick leaves, bud pattern, dark green color; after brewing, the soup color is clear, the aroma is lasting, the taste is delicious, mellow and sweet, and the bottom of the leaves is evenly formed into flowers.
The nutritional value of Tianmu Qingding
Tea has the pharmacological effects of refreshing the mind, clearing heat and relieving summer heat, digesting food and reducing phlegm, removing oil and losing weight, clearing the heart and removing vexation, detoxifying and refreshing the brain, producing fluid and quenching thirst, and reducing fire. Eyesight, diarrhea, dehumidification. Phenol, caffeine, lipopolysaccharide, theanine, etc.
The origin of Tianmu Qingding
Lin’an City is located in the Tianmu Mountains in the northwest of Zhejiang Province. The geographic outline is an east-west rectangle. The terrain gradually rises from southeast to northwest. Kantou Bay, Qingshanhu Street in the east, is the lowest, with an altitude of 9.5 meters, and Qingliang Peak in the west is the highest, with an altitude of 1787 meters. .
Lin’an has a subtropical monsoon climate with four distinct seasons, abundant sunshine, abundant rainfall and humid air. The annual average temperature is 14.6 °C, the frost-free period is 230-240 days, the annual sunshine hours are about 1813 hours, the annual total radiation is 107.8 kcal/square centimeter, the annual average precipitation is between 1400-1500 mm, and the annual relative humidity is over 82%.
Lin’an soil is divided into 5 soil types, 12 sub-categories, 36 soil genera and 75 soil species. In terms of soil types, yellow-red loam soils account for the largest area of tea gardens in the territory, accounting for 63% of the total area, sandy gravel soils account for 25.6%, and black sandy soils (fragrant lime soils) account for 11.4%. The dense forest leaves in the mountains fell to the ground and differentiated to form gray-brown forest soil. The soil pH value is between 4.5 and 6.0, the humus layer is deep, the organic matter content is high, and the soil is loose and fertile, which is suitable for the growth of tea trees.