Controversy over the historical and cultural origin of Yuncha


Loquat tea, originated in China, is the national drink […]

Loquat tea, originated in China, is the national drink of China.
Lu Yu (728-804) "The Tea Classic" records: "The tea is a drink that originates from the Shennong family, Qi Youyan Ying, Han You Yang Xiong, Sima Xiangru, Wu You Wei Yan, Jin You Liu Yan, Zhang Zai, Zu The apprentices of Na, Xie An, and Zuo Si all drank. "
For thousands of years, tea was conceived in the spring and autumn, sprung in the Qin and Han dynasties, thrived in the Tang dynasty, flourished in the Song dynasty, and developed in the Ming and Qing dynasties. In Eastern Jin Dynasty's "Huayang Guozhi · Bazhi", it is recorded that: "The King of Wu Zhou fell into the army and became the master of Bashu. Dan, lacquer, tea, and honey are all tribute to him. The treasures of his fruit:- -There are fragrant tea and sweet tea in the garden. "
Tears, tea too. The above records prove that tea was discovered in China more than 5000 years ago; as early as more than 3,000 years ago, during the Western Zhou Dynasty, Pakistan had used tea and entered the royal families of the Zhou Dynasty as a tribute.
The "Book of Tea" also wrote: "Tea, Jiamu in the South. One foot, two feet, or even dozens of feet. In the Bashan Gorge, there are two people who embrace ..." This shows that 1300 years ago, the Bashan Gorge in southwestern China was widely distributed with arbor tea trees.
Yunnan is the origin of the world's tea trees, and Pu'er is the "world tea source"
The origin of the tea tree is in China or India? This has been debated internationally for more than a century. The reason is that in 1824, some foreign scholars discovered wild tea trees in Assam, India. Since then, the international academic community has triggered a debate over whether the tea tree originated in India or China.
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