Classic 1729, a condensed name of historical precipitation, commemorates the long history of Pu’er Tea. In 1729 A.D. (Yongzheng Seven Years), the Qing government officially established Pu’er Prefecture, and set up a special Gong Tea Factory in Pu’er County, named Pu’er Tea because of Pu’er. Pu’er, as a famous “tribute tea” teacher in Beijing, is well-known overseas.
The characteristic of wild tea is that it has the advantages of both wild tea and tea garden tea. The aroma and taste are more wild and stable than those of tea garden, but higher than those of wild tea. The soup is rich and charming in wild tea as well as in tea gardens. The tea is soft and sweet. The laryngeal rhyme is restrained and the taste is more comprehensive.
In the early years, many of the sources of sun-dried green tea in Yunnan were mostly wild-type tea plants, that is, few people managed the tea plants after planting. They did not apply artificial fertilizers and pesticides, but only did a little weeding and soil ploughing.
Reserving wild tea and growing well at the same time, it has thick leaves and deep color, and its aroma and taste tend to be wild tea.