Name: Chong Shi cha
Insect droppings tea
Insect droppings tea is also named as
dragon ball tea which is the speciality of Guilin of Guangxi
Local residents put wild rattan and tea leaves together to lure
insects to eat them, leaving the droppings there. People take
residue of these rattan and tea leaves out of droppings which is
highly named as dragon ball. They fry it in oven firstly and then
re-fry it together with teas and honey (honey : tea : droppings =
1：1：5) so that the final Insect droppings tea is ready for drinking.
Many people will think it dirty and disgarsting, but it's no so. It
has a special scent and tastes a little sweet. After drinking, you
will be in a good humor. At the same time, it is a healthy drug and
can do good to stomache.
cup and teapot with hot water. Use about 2 teaspoons for every 500ml
of water. Infuse in hot water at 90℃ to 95℃ for 2
to 4 minutes for the first and second brewing. Gradually increase
steeping time and temperature for subsequent brewing.