Orgin: Zhongtianba natural Village, Yunnan province
use covered tea bowl or glass to brew 10 rounds and above, 100 ℃
- dry tea buds and leaves are connected into flowers, buds show rich silver hair, leaves surface is uplifted, and the leaf edge is slightly rolled back to the leaf back, and the color is black and white
- tea soup is light reddish yellow and clear
- the taste is mellow and sweet, tasty and refreshing with strong sweet aftertaste
- high aroma is rich and fresh, enduring hair fragrance
- wet leaves are soft and tender, whole flush
Moonlight white 月光白 [yuè guāng bái] is famous of its mystic process, plucking leaves under bright moonlight and processing without any sunlight on. The upper part of dry tea is white and the lower part is black, just like the moon shining on the tea bud. It has the fragrance of oolong and the mellow and peculiar taste of Pu’er tea. It is worth tasting and collecting. Its picking method is unique, because its technological process is secret to the outside world, it adds a bit of mystery to this tea.
Nanfalai is the seventh Princess of Zhao Meng, king of Jinghong Thai. She is beautiful, kind, hardworking and brave, the embodiment of beauty and wisdom of the Tai people. In order to make peace and friendship between the Bulang tribe and the Thai tribe, abandon the heaven like life of the palace of kings, and join the mountain with the Bulang people, and jointly ushered in a new era of Bulang society. Nanfalai not only taught the Bulang people to dig terraced fields to plant rice, but also brought technology to large-scale tea planting, which made the Bulang people enter the civilized society. Later, the Yunnan tea culture was first created by the Bulang people. Nanfalai (the seventh Princess) is known as the “mother of the clan” by the Bulang people, that is, the “tea mother”（ Cambodian Khmer, another branch of the Bulang people, has made a great contribution to the world civilization – they have created the world-famous Angkor Culture)“. Moonlight white tea is the best choice of Bulang people from many tea to tribute to the royal family. It is praised by the people as holy and noble as “seven princesses”, and is the embodiment of the beauty of “seven princesses”.