——Heier Red Rice——
Heier Red Rice — A Treasure Deep in the Mountains
——The Good Old Days——
Don't know since when，
The sky is not clear and blue any more，
the food on our table are not trustworthy。
when you stop running for bread，
and are worring for the safety of your food，
we are here to provide you with a gift。
Heier sticky rice, as a tribute of ancient China，
——Cultivated Fields in Heier, Yunnan——
Hier The Zhuang Minority village of Heier is the birthplace of "Heier sticky rice." Located on the Nanpan riverside in Shizong county, Qunjing, and rated as one of "the 30 most charming villages in Yunnan," Heier boasts some incredible ethnic culture and natural environments.
An bird's eye view of Heier
A glimpse of Heier
A Long History and a Special Flavour
This kind of red rice is an old variety unique to Heier village and, it has a history of hundrads of years. It is very rare and valuable.
A Unique Ecosystem
It is planted in fields in the middle of a mountain of 1100 m high，
relying on rain and spring water。
Heier red rice
Very Rare and Very Precious
Heier red rice can only grow in Heier village's unique envirnment. If transplanted somewhere else, it will not grow properly. In addition, it yields only one havest per year, and the yield is very low, so this crop is very precious indeed.
Wonderful Taste, Beautiful Color, and Rich Nutrition
Red rice is an old variety which has deicate taste, bright red color, and mellow fragrance, and it is rich in protein,amino acids, vitamins, calcic, iron, zinc, selenuim, germanuim, anthocyanins and caroteniods, and other nutrients.The iron is especially healty for women.
There are many ways to cook sticky rice
Heier sticky rice is an old, local variety, it can be made into congee, and other desserts as well.
Only farmyard manure can be used for growing red rice, which will not bud if chemical filitiser, pesticide, or similar products are used. The same tillage method has been carried on for thousands of years, and it includes seedling raising, the use of farmyard manure, intensive cultivation with manpower and animal power, manual weeding, havesting, and milling.
We sincerely invite you to taste this delicacy!
Freshly havested red rice