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Mount Nannuo is located in Menghai County, Xishuang Banna Dai Autonomous Prefecture, Yunnan Province. It is a famous tea production region. Mount Nannuo is occupied predominantly by the Hani people and is divided into nine natural villages such as Zhulin Village, Guniang Village and Banpo Village. It is an important raw material source for premium Pu'er tea. According to legends, Mount Nannuo is also called Mount Kongming; the name derives from the belief that Zhu Geliang had put his cane into the ground and the cane had turned into a tea tree.
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This season's Xishuangbanna, the drizzle is always lingering underground. After a spring rain, a small cluster of green buds emerges from the tea tree. The tea-teacher is busy with the thumb and index finger. The tea buds are clipped, and the buds and branches are perfectly separated. Full of rushing green, let people take a deep breath unconsciously, the fresh buds that just popped up wrapped in the sweetness of the barley, mischievously rushed towards me. In addition to the quality of the production area, variety, and fresh leaf formation, there is a set of rigorous procedures. "Slow-fried fine baking has a second degree, and hard work is quite a lot." Hand-fired Pu'er tea is not only physical strength. Live, it is technical life, before the pot is finished, it is necessary to dry the tea leaves in the dry room, and the bitter and sputum in the freshly harvested tea leaves will be volatilized, so that the tea can be softened and dehydrated. Then put it into the pot to kill, let the tea stop fermentation, hand-fired tea is an extremely hard errand. If you don't practice, it is difficult to stir a pot of tea with a pair of iron sand palms, only the masters will blossom. Into the fiery wok, relying entirely on the contact between the palm and the bottom of the pot to control the heat, grab, press, shake, take, squat, one stroke and one stroke of the flow of water, in the hands of the fly and spin, dance, the fragrance is scattered layer by layer Its fascinating to get into the heart and spleen.
Posted: Dec 22, 2018
Drive to the Lahu Mountain Village in Pu'er City, and arrive at the Lahu Village. Sometimes the clouds are lingering, sometimes the light is shining, the green-nosed mountains and the yellow rice fields, the rows of wooden houses are too interesting. For the promotion, Pu'er is best to rent a car, very convenient, so I saw a lot of different scenery along the way. I have heard that the Lahu people are a very brave nation. They can run barefoot in the forest and fight with the foxes of the cockroaches. They fight with fierce tigers. As for the vines and vines in the mountains, they are not at all. Therefore, people call the Lahu people a heroic nation and a nation that uses bare feet to conquer the mountains. I thought of the Lahu cottage very early, and I was lucky enough to be here. The Lahu peoples residence is very simple. Frame the frame with thick wood and use wooden boards or logs to surround it. The roof is covered with grass. The dwellings are generally divided into two levels. The lower level is used to smash cattle or stack production equipment, and the upper level is occupied by people. The upper level is generally divided into two parts, the outside is mainly used as a "food", and what hibiscus, hoe, dry mill, hoe, water tank, basket, grain, etc. are placed outside. It is mainly used as a "stay" in the middle. In the middle, there is a fire pit that does not go out all the year round. There is a very smooth bamboo rug around the fire pit. The old and small covers of the whole family are stacked on the bamboo raft, and nothing else is set.
Posted: Jan 14, 2019