Chinese Alpine Green Tea Lu An Melon Slice Tea
Lu’an melon slices origin
The origin of Lu’an melon slices is in the mountainous area around Qitou Mountain. It was listed as a famous product in the Qing Dynasty and sold well between the Jianghuai River and the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River. The Beijing-Tianjin area has been exported to Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan and Southeast Asia, Europe, and the United States. .
The production process of Lu’an melon slices
In the production of Lu’an melon slices, the most sophisticated effort is to pull the old fire over the charcoal fire. After frying, the wet green tea is heated, small fire, mixed, sorted, and then the old fire is pulled to dryness. Laohuo is the key process for the formation, creaming, and fragrance of tea, and it is called “a must.” The old fire is made of charcoal, and the open flame is quick to bake. When baking, two people lift the drying cage. The upper bake is turned once for 2-3 seconds, and the upper and lower bake is 70-80 times.