Guishanyan green tea is produced in the mountains of Luobaichuan Village, Gumi Village and Persimmon Mountain Village, which are 800 meters above sea level in the Guishan Peak area of Macheng City. Here, the fog locks the smoke all the year round, the climate is humid, and the temperature is generally lower than 5-8 degrees below the mountain. Whenever the rain falls, there are many fogs, and sometimes only 2-3 hours before and after lunch can see the sun. At this time, the tea tree growing in the cracks of the peaks and rocks is gradually green, and the young leaves like needles emerge. In this case, the mountain people began to pick, picking the tip of the hair, and after artificially making it, it is Guishanyan green tea.
The scenery here is beautiful, the rocks are winding, the peaks are towering, the trees are lush, the streams are watery, the birds are fragrant, and the tea trees are mostly distributed in the semi-alpine areas such as Gumi, Buddhism and Persimmon Mountain at an altitude of 600-1000 meters. The sunshine time in the mountains is short. The temperature difference between day and night is large, and the climate is unpredictable. Especially at the turn of spring and summer, the mountains are mostly clouded. The earth layer is deep and fertile, rich in organic matter and minerals. The pH value is about 5.5, the annual average temperature is 16 °C, the extreme maximum temperature in summer is no more than 32 °C, the frost-free period is 230–240 days, and the precipitation is 1200~. 1300MM, 80% relative humidity, is a unique place for tea. Today, it is not only a place for tea gardens, but also a tourist attraction. The peak of Guifeng Mountain is more than 1,200 meters above sea level. The clouds in the mountains are unpredictable, sometimes the sky is clear, the sun is shining, sometimes the sea is boundless, and the fog is locked.
The mountain roads are winding and twisting, sometimes rising, and sometimes descending. The tourists praised: “People sit in the car, the car is in the fog; sometimes look at the mountains, and sometimes look at the bottom of the mountain.” Travel here, do not have some fun.
Guishanyan green tea has a strong aroma, rich flavor, green color of soup, tender and even leaves at the bottom of the leaf. Every year, it is sold out by people. Guishan Green Tea, which was included in the Selected Works of Chinese Famous Tea Research, was named one of the five famous teas in the country in October 1980. In 1988, it was awarded the Quality Award by the Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and Fisheries. During the Asian Games in 1989, it was sent to Beijing and received international Friends appreciated. After a Singaporean friend tasted the tea, he said with a thumbs up that he had been to a lot of tea gardens, and this kind of tea is the best.