Fengqing, Yunnan Province, is an alpine tea producing area with an average elevation of 1600 meters. Long sunshine time, large temperature difference between morning and evening, high forest coverage and fertile soil are the paradise for tea growth. With natural environmental advantages, there are many large-leaved tree-type ancient tea trees growing in the territory. Local tea planting and tea making has a long history, mature and exquisite skills, and profound tea history.
Yunnan Dian Hong Black Tea is made from fresh leaves of Yunnan large-leaved tea plants, which are withered, kneaded or rolled, fermented and baked, and then processed into Yunnan black kung Fu tea, and then processed into Yunnan black broken tea. All the above processes have been operated by hand for a long time.
The quality of spring tea is better than that of summer and autumn tea because of the seasonal variation of harvesting period. Spring tea strips are plump, heavy, clean and tender. Summer tea is in the rainy season, buds and leaves grow fast, internodes are long, although buds show little, but the purity is low, the bottom of the leaves is slightly hard and miscellaneous. Autumn tea is in the dry and cool season, the growth and metabolism of tea plants become weaker, the body of mature tea is light, the purity is low, the tenderness is inferior to spring and summer tea. The appearance of Yunnan Black Kong Fu Antler Millet is one of its quality characteristics. Its color can be divided into light yellow, chrysanthemum yellow, golden yellow and other categories.
- About tea cups: please brew the tea with transparent glass, ceramic cup or kung Fu tea. Try not to use plastic cup or paper cups and other disposable cups, so as to avoid affecting the taste.
- Regarding water use: areas with good water quality can be brewed directly by tap water heating; areas with poor water quality, please try to use pure water or mountain spring water to brew.
- Regarding water temperature: In order not to affect the taste of tea, it is suggested that the water temperature should be controlled at about 85 °C, 90 °C during brewing. The brewing time should not be too long, whenever you brew the tea, whenever you drink it.