Pu'er tea history list
After the founding of new China, the historical changes of the development of Pu'er tea industry in ChinaModern Pu'er tea history began in the middle and late 20th century, that is, after 1950. The modern Pu'er tea in Yunnan has undergone great ecological changes, and its manufacturing process has also been innovative.
- From the four years of Ming Longqing to the end of Guangxu, Yibang has been the political center and administrative place of the six major Chashan.
Relying on the fire one after the other, for the sake of the clear wind and the bright moon, there is a world!The beauty of Yibang Tea lies in its bitter, sweet, but domineering mellow taste. The full-bodied taste is intoxicating, and the distinctive aroma reveals the gentleman's style.
- From this, we can conclude that "Tea Tea Culture" is undoubtedly a unique culture created by the caravan in an era of extremely difficult transportation. It has written a brilliant stroke on the "Tea Horse Road".
- Gong tea is a drink specially for the Royal Palace in ancient China. Its system originated from the late Shang Dynasty and is a symbol of orthodox ethics and ethics under the rule of Cheng Zhuli. Gong tea has a long history, and its impact on the entire tea production and tea culture is huge.
- For tea, in addition to the traditional "drinking tea", a new fashion is popular in many parts of our country and some countries in the world. This is the transition from "drinking tea" to "eating tea".
- Zhang Lang, a thousand-year-old village that has inherited and preserved the ancient history and culture, production activities, and folk customs of the Bulang people intactly, is one of the most dazzling constellations in the sky of the Puer tea of the Bada Mountain.
- The Tea Horse Road is an ancient transportation network on the Asian continent with tea as a link. With the development of the tea trade, this ancient road was greatly used during the Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasties, forming the largest commercial road in the Asian continent.
- As tribute tea, Pu'er tea is indispensable.
- The Qiang people who first lived in Yunnan offered Xigui tea to King Zhou Wu; during the Dali period of the Song Dynasty, Xigui tea became the "royal tea" of Dali; in the Qing Dynasty, Ertai purchased tribute tea in Yunnan, and Xigui tea was far away. Transported to the northern capital.
- Icelandic tea refers to the Icelandic large-leaf seed tea produced in the Icelandic village of Liku, Lincang, Yunnan Province, which is a type of Pu'er tea. The real estate tea has a long history. It is written in the Ming Dynasty (around 1485), but the legend without written records predates Ming.
- Iceland's Laozhai originated from the Nantuo River in Nanmei Township, which divided the topography of the town of Liku into two parts. It is called the Mid-levels in the east and the Mid-levels in the west. From the location: Iceland's Laozhai, Jijielaozhai, and Nanpu Laozhai are located in the western part of Mengku; Bawei Laozhai and Nuowu Laozhai ...
- The name of the mountain in Pu'er tea producing area in Laobanzhang, "Red wine on winery, Pu'er on mountain" Yunnan Pu'er tea has different taste and taste due to different geographical environments. The name to define a particular taste ...
- The name "Old Man'e" has a history of more than 1,300 years. Old Man'e is about six kilometers from Brown Mountain Township and about five kilometers from Xinbanzhang. It is muddy and hard to walk on rainy days. Today the tea in this area is named after the village, and its unique taste spreads far beyond the tea industry.
- Pu'er tea produces Yoluo, Gerden, Yibang, Mangzhi, Manzhuan (brick), slow tea and six tea hills, and Yibang and Manchurian teas are better. Yibang's local tea is best with Mansong tea. "Eat Manson with Yibang" said. Let's learn more about Ebonman Pine Tea ...
- The ancient tree tea of Jingmai Mountain dates back to 696 AD and has been continuously cultivated and cultivated in several dynasties. The area of the tea plantation has reached 10,000 mu. Jingmai camellia is a large-leaf tree species. The largest one of the twelve major tea mountains is concentrated here, known as the "Ten Mu Ancient Tea Garden".
The living ethnic minorities on Jingmai Mountain are mainly the Dai and Bulang, and a small amount of Lahu, Hani and Dai. The Dai people are mainly distributed in Jingmai Village, and the Blang people are mainly distributed in Mangjing Village. The recorded history of the Blang people can be traced back to the end of the Eastern Han Dynasty.
- Jingmai Mountain is one of the six largest tea mountains in China. Jingmai is a place where history and reality are closely linked. This is the Holy Spirit, this is where the civilization was born. Today we come to understand the history and humanities of Xiajing Maishan.
- Brown Mountain Township includes villages such as Banzhang, Laomane, Manxinlong, among which the oldest Laomane village has a history of 1,400 years. The Bulang people are the descendants of Baiyi. They have lived in Mount Bulang for generations. They are the first people in the world to cultivate, make and drink tea.