Hui Ming (惠明) is a green tea from Jingning county, Zhejiang province, China.
It is also known as Jing Ning Hui Ming.
In ancient China, Hui Ming was considered a ‘white tea’.
It is said that this type of tea was first planted in Jingning around the years of 847 and 859 A.D. Soon after, in the year 861, a monk known as Huiming built a temple built a temple on the Nanquan Mountain and planted tea plants around it’s perimeter. Even today, there are still quite a few ancient tea trees surrounding the temple.
During the Ming Dynasty, it became a tribute tea.