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Issuing time:2021-09-17 14:01



清水祖师也将自己种茶及作茶的方式传给乡民。南岩山麓,一位退隐打猎将军 "乌龙",因他上山采茶追猎无意发明摇青工艺及发酵工艺,做出的天圣茶香气更足,味更甘醇。乡亲向他学习,以后,用此工艺做的茶大家都叫乌龙茶。



At the end of the Tang Dynasty and the beginning of the Song Dynasty, a monk surnamed Pei (common name) lived in Anchangyuan in Shengquanyan on the east side of Sima Mountain in Anxi. In the sixth year of Yuanfeng (1083), there was a severe drought in Anxi. Master Puzu was invited to pray for the experience of Huguo. The villagers stayed Master Puzu at Qingshuiyan, and he built temples and repaired roads to benefit the villagers. He heard about the medicinal effects of holy tea, not far from a hundred li to Shengquanyan to ask the villagers to grow tea and make tea, and transplant holy trees.

One day, after taking a bath and changing his clothes, Master Puzu went to the sacred tree to pick tea. He found that there were beautiful red buds of Phoenix authentic tea. Soon afterwards, Shan Qiang (commonly known as the little yellow deer) came to eat tea. He saw this scene , I very much sigh: "Heaven and earth creation, really holy tree". Patriarch Qingshui returned to the temple to make tea and used the holy spring to make tea. He thought: Divine birds, divine beasts, and monks share holy tea, and heaven is also holy. Since then, Tiansheng Tea has become his holy prescription for treating illnesses for the villagers.

The Patriarch of Qingshui also passed the way of growing and making tea to the villagers. In the foothills of Nanyan Mountain, a retired hunting general "Oolong", because he went to the mountain to pick tea and hunt for unintentionally invented the shaking process and fermentation process, the Tiansheng tea made is more aromatic and more mellow. The folks learned from him, and in the future, the tea made with this technique is called oolong tea.

Wang Shirang took leave to visit relatives and friends in his hometown and found this tea in the foothills of Nanyan Mountain. In the sixth year of Qianlong (1741), Wang Shirang was summoned to visit Fang Bao, the servant of the Ministry of Ritual, and brought tea as a gift. After Fang Bao tasted it, he felt that it was a treasure of tea, so he presented it to Qianlong. Qianlong summoned Wang Shi to inquire about the source of the tea. The king elaborated on the source of tea. Qianlong looked at the tea leaf as a Guanyin and its face was as heavy as iron, so he gave it the name "Tieguanyin".