安溪铁观音名称由来 特征 保存方法
Issuing time:2022-10-08 10:52
Tieguanyin was introduced from Anxi, Fujian Province in 1988 for trial planting, and there are two kinds of Tieguanyin, namely "Red Heart Tieguanyin" and "Green Heart Tieguanyin". In Wenshan period, the trees in the main producing areas are horizontally stretched, with thick branches, loose leaves, few buds and thick leaves, and low yield. However, the quality of packaged tea is high, and the production period is later than that of Qingxin Oolong. Its tree shape is slight, its leaves are oval, and its leaves are thick and fleshy. The flat leaves are suitable for producing Tieguanyin tea.
Origin of Anxi Tieguanyin Name
During the Yongzheng period of Qing Dynasty, Yao tea farmer Wei in Xiping, Anxi had a good drink. It is the best oolong tea. Its rope is tight and golden yellow, commonly known as dragonfly head and leaf frog legs. After the soup is boiled, the color of the soup is golden and rich like amber, and it has a natural fragrance of orchid flowers. It tastes mellow and sweet, and has a long aftertaste, commonly known as "rhyme". Tieguanyin tea has a high and lasting fragrance, which can be described as "seven bubbles with more fragrance".
Characteristics of Tieguanyin in Anxi
Tieguanyin is the best oolong tea, and its quality features are: curly tea bars, fat and round knots, heavy and even, sandy green color, and overall shape like dragonfly head, spiral body and frog legs. After brewing, the soup is golden and rich like amber, with natural fragrant orchid fragrance, mellow and sweet taste, and a long-lasting aftertaste, commonly known as "rhyme". Tieguanyin tea has a high and lasting fragrance, which can be described as "seven bubbles with more fragrance".
Preservation of Tieguanyin
1. Quick lime storage method: select a dry and closed ceramic jar, place it in a dry and cool place, wrap the tea leaves in thin kraft paper, tie them tightly, arrange them around the jar in layers, then put the ash bag in the middle of the tea bag, and seal the mouth of the jar after filling it up. It is best to change the ash bag every 1 ~ 2 months, so that the tea leaves will last for a long time without deterioration.
2. Charcoal storage method: put 1kg of charcoal into a small cloth bag, put it in the bottom of a tile jar or a small iron box, then arrange the packaged tea leaves on it in layers until it is full, and then seal the jar mouth. Generally, the cloth bag filled with charcoal should be changed once a month.
3, thermos bottle storage method: put the tea into the newly bought thermos bottle, then seal it with white wax and wrap it with adhesive tape. This method is most suitable for keeping tea at home.
4. Chemical storage method: fix the deoxidizer in a corner with a thick plastic bag, and then seal the tea bag. The deoxidizer can absorb the oxygen of the tea within one or two days, so as to achieve oxygen removal and storage, and the effect is very good.