How BiLuoChun is made on Chái Lín Jūn’s tea farm picking, sorting, sha qing, rolling, drying, sipping QingMing, April 5th 2014
I quickly bought some organic pre QingMing tea from Chái Lín Jūn’s farm as well
the first tea picked this year before QingMing, which 2014 is on the 5th, didn’t yield much after more than 2 hours of picking, so…
high fired, listen!
as the visit in 2012 didn’treally result in any blog updates I made a youtube channel this time. I’ll try and put some 2014 BiLuoChun harvesting and Zisha pottery videos there. Got a new camera too, so quality should get better as well. Go there and subscribe.
Just about one week to go and we’ll be back in Yixing just in time for this years tea season. I plan to pick and make as much tea as I can and I might post about it here too so stay tuned…
The other day I wrote that I’d post some more pictures of the unprocessed clay in the yard of Hēnglì táocí chǎng as well as their processing equipment, so here we go. This is what (part of) their yard looks like. This raw clay material gets fed from above into those 2 machines which will […]
the website I link to on the right hand side information menu for the Yixing artist verification database changes its link once in a while. I updated the link now and it should work again.
Yesterday I wrote about stone mills for clay and I just thought of a picture I took a while back in the little teapot museum inside Zisha Factory No.1 Item name: ShiMoHu / 石磨壶 Artist: WangYuMei / 王玉美