Gui Ding Yun Wu Tea
ORIGIN: Yunwushan, Guiding, Guizhou, China
DESCRIPTION:All the flavors of life can be found in tea. Tea has both spirituality and personality. It is the only thing that makes ordinary life more elegant. Today I will share with you tea friends a cost-effective green tea "Gui Ding" "Yun Wu Tea" has a long history of green tea. Gui Ding has more than 2,000 years of tea planting history and more than 600 years of tribute tea history. Guiding Yun Wu Tea was a court tribute tea in the Tang, Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasties. It belongs to the Qing Dynasty. The eight famous teas are the only tribute tea in Guizhou Province that is rare in the country and has both historical records and inscriptions. Guiding Yunwu Tea is produced on the mountainside of Yunwu Mountain over 1,500 meters above sea level in Guiding County, Guizhou Province. The famous Ding Yunwu tea; because it was originally produced at the Bird King Pass, it was once called "Bird King Tea"; and because it looked like a fish hook, it was called "fish hook tea." , Slow-fired processing, the appearance of the tea is like a fish hook, well-proportioned and beautiful, the color is tender and green, with a layer of soft white hair on the back, the smell is aromatic and mellow, and the taste is still good after four bowls. The quality characteristics of Guiding Yunwu Tea: The buds and leaves are plump and sturdy, the leaves are emerald green, the hairs are extra large, the buds are beautiful in shape, and the contents are rich. The strips are tightly rolled and the pekoe is fully exposed. The appearance is beautiful, and the shape is like a fish hook; the tea soup is thick and the soup is green in color; the taste is mellow, the aroma is strong, and it has a unique and strong honey fragrance. After drinking, the aftertaste is endless. The description of making Guiding Yunwu Tea in The Book is: "When the lid of the cup was lifted, a white gas appeared in the cup, first like an umbrella, then like a cloud, slowly rising into the sky, so It's called Yun Wu Tea, also called Baiyun Tea."