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Published: 2024-02-28 Author: mysheen
Last Updated: 2024/02/28, The Taiwanese drama "Tea Gold" interprets the process of tea merchants pushing Taiwan's unique tea industry to the world in a difficult era, and this play also makes Hsinchu, the origin of puffy tea in the play, once again attract everyone's attention. Here is not only the venue for filming in the play, but also the cultural center that has been dedicated to promoting tea for generations, which displays Xu.

The Taiwanese drama "Tea Gold" shows the process of tea merchants pushing Taiwan's unique tea industry to the world in a difficult era, and this play also makes Hsinchu, the producing area of puffy tea in the play, once again attract everyone's attention. There is not only the venue for filming in the play, but also the cultural center that has been dedicated to promoting tea for generations, which displays many tools for making tea in the old era, and even allows people to experience and operate the machine. When you are tired of shopping, sit down and have a cup of tea and listen to the boss tell the story of tea. There is also Bao Fang, which will integrate local specialties and launch kiln-baked DIY to let tourists experience the feeling of being a charter in one day.

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In the vast tea garden, tea farmers neatly pick the tea and prepare to send it to the factory to make "Oriental Beauty Tea" unique to Taiwan. Zeng Xiangyi, owner of Fuxing Culture Tea House, said: "(Hsinchu) is the most famous one. Oriental Beauty Tea is also the so-called puffing tea, and some people call it Bai Hao Oolong." Walking into the Fuxing Tea Culture Center, the antique building makes people feel as if they are passing through the time tunnel. at the door stands a big tree like their sign, attracting tourists. Emei in Hsinchu is the hometown of oriental beauty tea. there are many old tea factories with a long history, with the change of times combined with tourism, so that tourists can come here to explore the history of tea.

Tseng Hsiang-Kai, owner of Fuxing Culture Tea House, said: "Taiwan's first fully automatic dryer." Many traditional tea-making machines are displayed in the museum. Guided by the owner, it is like witnessing the development of the tea factory, but it is different from the general display. Here, tourists can actually operate the twisting machine and experience the process of making tea in the traditional era. Children try to turn the handle, which is very difficult to operate. Even adults have to make some efforts to turn around, and tourists also deeply feel the hardship of making tea. The tourist said, "as far as this adult is concerned, I think this is good for fitness. " The tourist said, "I think it's nice to have electricity."

The boss showed everyone around every corner of the pavilion, and when he was tired, he sat down to have a cup of tea, felt the classic tea from the old tea factory, and talked about the story of the tea. if he felt that this was not enough, he could go around and experience the kiln barbecue. The raging fire raised the temperature of the kiln oven and put it into the prepared bakery, waiting for the moment it came out. The Kiln Bao Fang was hidden in the abandoned Catholic Hall in Emei. The boss began his career of baking. Jiang Xinjun, the owner of Kiln Bao Fang, said, "if you want to help him (neighbor) get out of anxiety, build the kiln." this is the Kiln Kiln and I will learn to make it. "

In addition to making their own bread bags, DIY activities are also launched here, carefully kneading and weaving and shaping, and the boss carefully instructs tourists to become an one-day baker to experience the fun of baking bread in a kiln, and the baked bag is cut open and soft inside, from inexperience to self-developed bread flavor, the boss integrates the local specialty oriental beauty tea and buckets of oranges to make the flavor with Hsinchu characteristics. The tourist said, "it smells like laodong and has the smell of tea, and I feel very comfortable in this environment." In your spare time, you can take a stroll in Emei and take a tea-scented trip.

 
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