HUNDRED YEARS OF INHERITANCE
Hundred years of inheritance
According to Zhang Tianfu, a contemporary tea master, in the Investigation and Research of White Tea in Fujian, it was in the first year of Guangxu (1875) that Fuding white tea was transplanted by Zhou Kaichen (the 21st Emperor Gaozu of the Zhou Family) from the back well, and he and his people began to make white hair tea.
It has been passed on for more than 140 years. The fifth generation successor Zhou Haizhou (representative inheritor of intangible cultural heritage and master of Chinese tea making) inherited the essence of white hair tea production and made a leapfrog improvement in quality. The sixth generation successor Zhou Weiyi (master of traditional tea making process) further optimized white hair tea products.
The reputation of these works passed down from generation to generation, thus making the reputation of Yuda. Every piece of Yuda white tea we see today and evening records a century-old taste of inheritance.