Speaking of tea, we must be very proud as the Chinese! The source of tea is in China. The earliest Chinese people found that the leaves of tea trees can be used for food. Later, after thousands of years, through continuous improvement of tea processing technology, we finally obtained the current variety of tea.


The advent of tea has promoted the development of the world’s beverage industry, and also affects the cultural and dietary habits of the people of the world. Today, nearly 3 billion people in 160 countries in the world drink tea.

China is the country with the largest annual output of tea in the world, and its annual tea produces can reach 2 million tons. But not only the output, there are many varieties of tea in my country!

Speaking of tea varieties, my country ’s Sichuan Province is located in the Southwest Tea Area. As the oldest tea area in China, the Southwest Tea Area has evolved many varieties of good tea after more than 3,000 years of tea planting and processing.

Among the many good tea in Sichuan, locals like to drink three kinds of “niche but delicious” tea, you have drank several


Xianwu Fengyu

The origin of this tea is in Lianlian County, Yibin City, which is a black tea.

Lianlian County is located in the mountains, where the tea farmers have been planting tea for generations, which are very simple. This tea is a tea -produced tea produced by tea farmers. Tea farmers are unwilling to spend money on advertising. So they have never advertised this tea, and they have made it more niche. But without advertising, there is no advertising cost, which also makes tea cheaper.

It has the following characteristics:


Its dried tea is complete and has no broken or foam. Dry tea is dark and oily, with golden on the surface. After brewing into soup, the soup is orange -red, transparent and shiny, the tea soup is translucent and no turbidity, and there is no impurities in the water. The tea soup has a strong aroma, full of fructic aroma, and it smells good. Drinking a soup can make your tongue grow.


Mengshan Maofeng


It is a “Su Mao Feng”, which belongs to green tea. Mengshan, produced in Ya’an, Sichuan. Tea produced here has a long history, and Mengshan Maofeng is the oldest tea in China. Mengshan tea is also one of the birthplaces of Chinese tea culture and has a profound influence. Because of its good quality, from the Tang Dynasty to the Qing Dynasty, it has always been the tribute tea of ​​the royal family.

Features: The surface is covered with fluffy, which is the characteristic of tender green tea. The shape is slender and tight, and the peak buds are highlighted. After becoming soup, the soup is bright and clear, and the stem veins of the tea in the cup can be seen. The fragrance is long -lasting, and the taste is tender and refreshing. In the mouth, there was no obvious abound, and after swallowing, there was a sweetheart.

Longdu Xiangca


“Longdu” refers to Rongxian in Sichuan. Tea has been produced since ancient times, and it is also a place where tea produces has a long history. However, because there are too many good tea in modern times, the tea here has gradually been forgotten because there is no prominent name. In 1987, many agricultural researchers developed a flower tea called “Longdu Xiangca”.

This flower tea is made of tea made of jasmine and Longdu green tea. This tea has the following characteristics.

Dry tea: The tea strips are beautiful, and the dark green tea has a piece of snowy petals. The dry tea is full of jasmine and a faint tea aroma. After being soaked into soup, the soup is like the color of mung bean soup, orange and fleshy, the color is elegant, and it looks very enjoyable. Drinking it in your mouth, the taste of flowers is rich and the tea is full.

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