Zhangping Shui Xian tea is a traditional tea created by Zhangping tea farmers. Special products of Zhangping City, Fujian Province, China’s geographical indications products. The Zhangping nine Peng Creek area is the main producing area of Zhangping Shui Xian tea. Its superior natural environment conditions have formed the unique quality of the Zhangping Narcissus tea. Zhangping is located in the subtropical south margin, subtropical monsoon climate, warm and humid, plenty of rain, winter no cold, summer no heat. The annual average temperature of 16.9 DEG -20.7 DEG, precipitation 1450-2100 mm, frost free period of 251-317 days, the average sunshine hours of 1853 hours, is conducive to crop maturity and fast-growing trees, suitable for a variety of animal and plant breeding. It provides favorable natural conditions for the production of tea.
Zhangping Shui Xian tea has a long history and a profound tea culture. From the Yuan Dynasty, tea was planted widely in the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Zhangping Ocean Village tea Deng Guanjin in 1914 created the world’s unique tea – Narcissus tea cake with the original technology, is unique and great one in in the dozens of varieties of Oolong tea in Zhangping .
Zhangping Shui Xian is the only oolong tea pressed tea, the quality is exotic, with unique style, antique, very rich traditional flavor, scent long and quiet, with such as blue temperament of natural flowers, mellow taste fine, fresh and lively, prolonged possession, Resistance to brewing, dark red tea, fine narcissus flowers, throat good, sweet, more long drink many times and drink without hurt the stomach, in addition to refreshing brain, but also has protecting stomach and intestine, detoxification , dehumidification and other functions.
The production of Zhangping Shui Xia has entered the baking stage from picking-drying-drying-drying-shaking-drying-drying-drying-drying-frying-rolling-wrapping. The characteristics of tea varieties will be fully displayed on the second day after the shaking green enters the silence, when the quality of tea has begun to show signs. It is a seemingly simple but tricky job to start making paper-wrapped tea by picking out thick yellow stalks and excessively green leaves. Each person has a wooden mold with iron lumps in his hand, under which a white heat-sealed filter paper is padded. He feels that the weight of tea leaves is about 9g with his hand. After hammering, he folds it into paper bags. Then he pulls through the electric soldering iron heat-sealed and finalizes it. Of all the processes, the paper bag finalization is the most manual process. Of course, this is Zhangping Shui Xia’s. Features.