Taohuayuan Leicha has a long history.
Leicha (Grinded Tea), as the name suggests, is because the raw materials of tea are made by Leicha. As the years go by, there are more and more names for Leicha. Where the top-grade Leicha, the bowl of noodles is steaming hot, the color of the tea noodles is yellow-green, with turtle spots, and mottled slightly, just like the clouds floating in the sky. Leicha has a distinct hierarchy from top to bottom. Gao Hongbo, deputy editor-in-chief of Chinese Writer lamented that “Spring is permanent in the Peach Blossom Spring, and Leicha has a special flavor in the mouth.”
When drinking Leicha, there are many non-staple foods and jars made by farmers on the table, which is called "press table". It has the magical effect of producing body fluids and nourishing lungs in spring, nourishing the kidneys and strengthening yang in summer, relieving symptoms and removing heat in autumn, and driving away cold and refreshing in winter. There are indeed a group of long-lived people in the hometown of Leicha, and they have bright ears and eyes, and their faces are full of red light. Therefore, the contemporary painter Liang Dang came here to leave the masterpiece “Longevity Picture”.
China is a country of etiquette, and Taoyuan people are even more hospitable. Drinking Leicha is a traditional and special custom of Taoyuan people. When guests are treated at home, there is always a table of rich Leicha to warmly welcome them. Many Party and state leaders, famous scholars, experts, and artists came to Taohuayuan to inspect and enjoy Taohuayuan Leicha.
Taohuayuan Leicha has become the highest courtesy of treating guests.