[Explanation] Gently put the tea ball into the hot water. After a while, the petals slowly bloom in the water, revealing the stamens, like hibiscus coming out of the water, and dancing like a girl.

Sitting in front of the counter, Li Yang was carefully observing the posture of Huawu Tea in the water.

Li Yang is a master student at Fujian Normal University and the second-generation inheritor of Huawu tea craftsmanship. In addition to completing her studies, she almost always works in the Huawu tea laboratory. After repeated tests, she devotes herself to researching and developing new flavored products. .

On November 5th, the reporter visited Li Yang at Fujian Normal University.

  [Explanation] Li Yang’s hometown, Fu’an, Fujian Province, is known as the "Hometown of Tea in China". The predecessor of Huawu Tea, "Craft Flower Tea", was born here. It was developed by Li Yang's aunt Xue Tongyun and was a sensation.

However, after 2008, due to the lack of offline sales channels and the failure to seize the new opportunities of the network economy, the reputation of Huawu Tea has gradually lost.

  [Concurrent] Li Yang, the second generation inheritor of Huawu tea technology

  When I was in college, I helped my aunt to do some sales work. In the process of opening up the market, I found it more and more attractive to the young market now, and we also found that this flower tea, it exists With the market bottleneck, we can build a younger fighting team with the help of our advantage in colleges.

  [Explanation] Li Yang took over the burden of inheriting the skills of Huawu tea and began to study the craftsmanship of Huawu tea with great concentration.

Li Yang told reporters that the flower dance tea needs to be made by hand-sewing petals and tea buds. One tea leaves 3-4 leaves, and the useless tea leaves are stripped, leaving the tea buds and tea stems. The production process includes conditioning, drying, There are five major processes of scenting, sewing and shaping, and more than 20 subdivided processes.

  [Concurrent] Li Yang, the second generation inheritor of Huawu tea technology

  The difficulty is how to match the taste of flowers and tea, and let it accurately grasp the weight, so that it can sink steadily under the water after brewing, and bloom within 50 seconds.

And in the process of selecting flowers, we must strictly follow the edible flowers recorded in the medicine and food homology, and develop the taste that best suits the market based on the combination of flowers and this tea.

  [Explanation] As an innovative combination of flower and tea, the production process and appearance of Huawu tea has obtained 5 national patents. After matching, it also has different health effects. It is suitable as a daily drink and is in line with the general trend of health care.

With the maturity of Huawu tea production technology, Li Yang has a new idea. She is determined to create a benchmark brand for Huawu tea in China and let Huawu tea go abroad.

As a result, she combined her professional knowledge and relied on the existing industrial foundation in the rural areas of her hometown to start her own business.

On the basis of the family tea company, Li Yang conforms to the new trend of "Internet +" and takes advantage of the online promotion of Huawu Tea to appreciate the visual impact of flowers in the cup during the brewing process, and establishes the "One Tea Life" "Brand.

  [Concurrent] Li Yang, the second generation inheritor of Huawu tea technology

  Such a beautiful product was once said by the mayor of Marseille in France as a flowering Chinese tea, and foreigners also said that they can make them understand Chinese tea, not just drink it. This is a Chinese tea. Tea products.

  [Explanation] The production process of Huawu Tea is complicated, and the production process requires a lot of labor.

To this end, Li Yang hired a large number of farmers and laid-off and left-behind women from impoverished mountainous areas and ethnic minority areas in his hometown. After reemployment training, he entered the workshop to complete part of the craftsmanship of flower dance tea.

In Li Yang's view, a small flower dance tea can not only achieve economic benefits, but also help the poor and farmers.

  [Concurrent] Li Yang, the second generation inheritor of Huawu tea technology

  The raw materials of Flower Dance Tea mainly come from tea and flowers. We need to use the part of the tea stalk for binding, so we use this part, which is often discarded, so that tea farmers can increase their income.

At the same time we purchase fresh petals, then our technology can realize these slightly damaged flowers by using only part of the intact petals, and one of them can be reused.

We have also recruited more rural women to participate in the inheritance and development of our flower dance tea craft.

  [Explanation] Today, Li Yang and her team are engaged in the research and development of product lines such as fruit-flavored flower dance tea, health-care flower dance tea, and handheld portable flower dance tea cups.

Under her active promotion, Huawu tea products are not only becoming popular in China, but also exported to Japan, Malaysia, Britain, Russia and other places.

  Reporter Wu Shengwei reports from Fuzhou, Fujian

Editor in charge: [Liu Xian]