Lianyungang - Mountain and Sea Scenery, Clouds and Fragrance of Tea.

Lianyungang, known as Haizhou in ancient times, sits in the transition zone between the north and the south of China, where mountains and sea meet. With a pleasant climate and rich animal and plant resources, the city is called a biological treasure house. Yuntai Mountain is the brightest pearl of the Haishu Area because it produces great tea in the name of Yunwu, called Haizhou Tea and Donghai Tea in ancient times, which once was a tribute.

Yunwu Tea has excellent quality because the growing region has plenty of sunshine all year round, sufficient mist, rain, and fertile soil, these unique natural conditions contribute to the growth of tea trees. As early as the Song Dynasty, Lianyungang was an important tea production and distribution center.

Today, the Yunwu Tea making techniques are included in Jiangsu Province Intangible Cultural Heritage List as the second batch of intangible cultural heritage, and a group of representative inheritors will pass down the techniques, becoming the leaders of the Yunwu Tea production. After decades of careful development, Yunwu Tea is world-famous for its "meticulous process, elaborate techniques" and "pointed and tender tea leaves, rich color and flavor".

Yunwu Tea leaves have shape like an immortal's eyebrows or scissors, and the tea is clear like jade. The brewed tea features fresh and strong fragrance, sweet and slightly bitter at the first sip with lingering aftertaste. It is listed as one of the three famous teas in Jiangsu.