#2 Hu Cheng
I finished a short trip and returned to Shenzhen the day before yesterday. I have learned too much knowledge in Wuyishan and Jingdezhen. This year our rock tea Shui Xian won the special prize and the Rou Gui silver prize. I have been back to the tea house these days. In preparing these teas, I will prepare this year’s award-winning rock tea in about a week, and then share it with tea friends. Of course, my harvest in Jingdezhen is also very great. I have found some of the Song, Yuan, and Ming dynasties through a few friends. There are also some brush washes and tea cups from the Qing Dynasty. These brush washes can be used as Kung Fu tea "Hu Cheng". After returning to Shenzhen, I asked my uncle to help me identify it. The final result is gratifying. I bought the brush wash. The teacups and teacups are old, but come from folk kilns (in the late Tang Dynasty, Yue kiln celadon appeared as a tribute and presented to the Tang royal family as "secret color porcelain" for the royal family. The "official kiln" appeared in the history of ceramics. Before this, all ceramics belonged to the folk kilns, and after this, except for the kiln mouths specially made for the royal family, they were all folk kilns). The Hu Cheng I brought back to Shenzhen is relatively complete. I have left the broken ones in Jingdezhen for repairs. If you are interested in these old brush washes and teacups, you can DM me. Each one is unique. The weather in Shenzhen has suddenly changed recently. When it’s cold, although it’s obviously the agreed time, when the cold hits, it’s still unprepared to guard against the quilt and clothes, instead of holding a cup of hot tea, I have decided to soak the cold autumn and winter in the tea, harvest and hide it in winter. This cold time is destined to belong to dormancy and hoarding. When squirrels with big cheeks burrow pine nuts and nuts everywhere, their hibernation day is coming. The ice is covered with snow and the north wind is whistling, they hide in tree holes. I slept peacefully, and when I was hungry,
I dug out the buried fruits to eat, and even stuffed a dozen pine nuts into my fat cheeks before going to sleep before hibernating, soaking the cold autumn and winter cold in tea. Naturally, you have to hoard enough good tea like a squirrel to get through the cold season comfortably.