As the best tribute tea of both Ming and Qing dynasties, Dahongpao experienced a history of more than 350 years. In early 1980s, Dahongpao mother trees’ vegetative propagation achieved a complete success, resulted in more than 40,000 mu plantation of Dahongpao tea during the past years of promotion. At present, Dahongpao trees, being ancient and rare, were recorded as Wuyi Mountain World Natural and Cultural Heritage. The traditional processing technology of Dahongpao tea was elected as the first batch of National Intangible Cultural Heritage, and now is a candidate, on behalf of China, of the World Intangible Cultural Heritage.
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” Mount Huangshan Mao Feng ” is one of China’s top ten tea. Made in Mount Huangshan lotus om area. Mount Huangshan has a rich tea, the tea area in humid climate, soil, and other natural condition, also has the high mountains a deep valley, Keita Izumikiyoshi, humidity is big, rock steep steep slope to blot out the sun, verdant Forests Soil and its characteristics. Its areas of dense mountain forest, shade and high humidity, fog clouds, from wind scorching sun tea robust growth, invasion, the fresh tea bud.
Tie Guan Yin is another of China_s top ten teas. Tie Guan Yin translates as Iron Goddess of Mercy. The tea itself is as grand as its name. Oolong tea is partially or semi-fermented, they have some of the qualities of both black and green teas. Oolong teas are beautiful and full bodied with a fragrant flavor and fruity, sweet aroma.
Lapsang souchong tea, is the world ‘s earliest. Also known as Lapsang souchong, is China’s production of a black tea, tea with pine or pine wood smoked, have very strong fragrance. Because of smoking, tea black tea, but dark red. Lapsang souchong origin in Fujian province Wuyishan City, subject to the protection of origin. Lapsang souchong tea is one of the oldest tea, later in the Lapsang are developed on the basis of congou black tea
Well-known for its exquisite making and fine appearance, Xinyang Mao Jian is a popular green tea for the domestic market. Started from the eighth century and finalized about 200 years ago, this tea won a gold medal in Panama Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, in 1914 and selected in top-ten in 1958.