The name of Huangcha Creek has a long history. It is said that in the second year of Hongwu in the Ming Dynasty, the current Zouma was under the jurisdiction of the Chief of Ma Liao. After the Chief of Ma Liao subordinated to the court, the local soldiers stationed there picked tea in this valley every year to make top-grade tribute to the court (at that time foreigners called Chinese tea top-grade). Later, Zheng He went to Macao with the caravan. Catherine, the Portuguese princess, often visited Macao and fell in love with Chinese tea.1662Princess Catherine of Portugal married King Charles II. Chinese tea was brought into the British palace by Catherine and became the first tea queen in Britain, so this tea is also called "Queen Tea". (that is, part of Yihong tea), the news reached the ears of Kangxi in the Qing dynasty, and he ordered the ministers to know where the tea was produced. just then, Tang Yong, director of the thousands of households in the hemp league, came to the court to offer tea. the ministers immediately invited Tang to rush into the palace to meet the emperor. Emperor Kangxi was overjoyed and named the place where the tea mountain was located "Huangcha Xi" (there is still preserved in the mountain.90Ccm thick old tea tree)This is the origin of the Emperor Tea Creek.