Introduction of Wuyishan Tea Production Area
Wuyi Mountain has a unique landscape environment and microclimate. The sunshine time in mountainous areas is short, and the temperature difference between day and night is large. There are rocks in the mountains, tea in the rocks, and flowing springs on the top of the rocks, which nourish the tea trees all year round. smell.
What kind of tea is Da Hong Pao?
Dahongpao is produced in the high cliff of Jiulong Chaogao in Tianxinyan. Due to the short sunshine time, variable temperature, and humid rock springs, Dahongpao has a unique charm and is known as the king of Wuyi rock tea. Dahongpao tea trees are rare and precious. There are only 6 tea trees in history, of which there are only 3 mother trees, which are shrub-type tea trees.
The quality characteristics of Dahongpao are that the dry tea color is brownish-green, the soup color is orange-yellow after brewing, the aroma is fragrant, and the taste is better than that of orchids.
What is Tie Luohan Tea?
Tieluo Mountain is the earliest famous mountain in Wuyi Mountain. According to the production records in Fujian in the Qing Dynasty, Tieluohan is the name of the Wuyi tea tree, and the leaves are long. Regarding the origin of Tie Luohan, there are many theories that it grew in the ghost cave of Huiyuan Rock, with cliffs on both sides and a small stream beside it.
What is White Cockscomb Tea
According to legend, the white cockscomb was produced in the Ming Dynasty, earlier than the Dahongpao. There are two theories about where the white cockscomb tea tree grows: one is in Waigui Cave under the flame peak of Huiyuanyan, and the other is in the back mountain of Wenmo Temple in Wuyi Palace. The plants in the two places are similar in shape, with a tree height of nearly 2 meters, many branches, long oval leaves, dark green and shiny leaves, thin and soft young leaves, light green and light yellow in color, and dark green old leaves form two distinct types. color. Layer, which is also the origin of the name of the white cockscomb.
What is Water Beetle Tea
The water beetle belongs to the tea produced by the local Tianxin Temple and is rooted in the village of Duge. Because the tea branches are staggered, it looks like the pattern on the back of a turtle, hence the name water beetle. Mainly distributed in the inner mountain (rock mountain) of Wuyi Mountain. The production process is mainly refined through picking green vegetables – withering – making green vegetables – frying green vegetables – rolling – baking. The made Shuijingui tea leaves are full in color, naturally loose, green-brown and oily; after brewing, the aroma is long and clear, the taste is mellow and sweet, smooth and refreshing, and the rock rhythm is obvious; the soup color is orange-yellow and clear, and the bottom of the leaves is thick and uniform.