朕的醉爱 · 龙井38000
Time To Market_2020
Longjing tea is best known as Longjing in the West Lake District. Longjing tea is famous for its green color, beautiful shape, fragrant flavor and mellow taste. It is unique among many teas and ranks first among China's top ten famous teas. In the Qing Dynasty, Emperor Qianlong made six trips to Jiangnan and four to Longjing, inscribed six poems about Longjing tea, personally sealed "eighteen tea trees", and elevated Longjing tea to a supreme status.
The four-sided pattern of the packaging is extracted from the "Fuchun Mountain Residence" which Qianlong cherishes and collects. The painting is light and elegant, and the mountains and water are well arranged. The origin of this section of the Longjing, Shifeng Mountain, the first core production area of West Lake Longjing , Echo each other. And because Qianlong likes to affix his own seal on the objects he likes and appreciates, the main mark is "Emperor's favorite", which takes the form of a seal. The font is the seal script commonly used for Yuxi, and the bottom of the package is printed with "Emperor's favorite" Manchu text.
The overall shape of the package resembles a jade seal, reflecting royal nobility. In order to show the best viewing experience, after opening the box, the interior presents a sloping slope that is low front to high. The outer packaging is made of flannel material, temperament and style, delicate touch, the color is "sunny blue after rain" echoing with Ru porcelain, and green tea is best before Qingming. This period is the most common rainy season. This color is most common.
The tea pot is made of Ru porcelain and the azure glazed porcelain of Ru Kiln. The glaze contains agate, the glaze juice is rich and shiny, the material is round and the surface is cracked with ice, like a pile of fat, like jasper, and the texture is very good. "Jade is not jade, but it is like jade". The color is green and green, elegant and natural, and similar to the fresh Longjing. The elements in the Jiangnan window are extracted in a pot shape, embellished with traditional Chinese tassels, and accompanied by a wishful tea spoon.