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A modern pu-erh tea plant in Yunnan

Dec. 19/2018 This is a modern pu-erh tea plants in Yunnan. The quality management is well and proper! Changsha Wufeng Tea Co.,Ltd

December 19th, 2018

The Frozen Tea Garden

Dec.15/2018 It is in the Winter of South China. Look at the tea garden in the high mountain. They are covered by ice now! Changsha Wufeng Tea Co.,Ltd

December 16th, 2018

The Pile Fermentation of Old Tree Pu-erh Tea

Usually the material to process Shu Pu-erh Tea is not old tree tea. While we stick to using old tree and fine material to process our premium shu pu-erh teas.  The pile fermentation just starts from now. The weight of the old tree tea pile now weights 707KG. After around two months fermentation (the fermentation … Continue reading “The Pile Fermentation of Old Tree Pu-erh Tea”

October 19th, 2018

White Peony made from Mei Zhan tea cultivar

Oct.19/2018 White peony white tea is commonly made by tea material from Fuding Da Bai tea cultivar. While we are processing white peony white tea by the tea cultivar Mei Zhan, which is an old tea cultivar planted in Fujian for hundreds of years. It is the ideal material for processing the famous black tea … Continue reading “White Peony made from Mei Zhan tea cultivar”

October 19th, 2018

Smoke Package of Da Hong Pao

Oct.18/2018 Look at the package. Don’t you think they are smoke? If you think so. Then sorry you are wrong.  They are Da Hong Pao oolong tea, pretending to be a pack of smoke! Changsha Wufeng Tea Co.,Ltd

October 18th, 2018

The Harvest of Organic Osmanthus Flower

Oct.12/2018 It is in the mid Autumn of China. The osmanthus flowers are opening in many Chinese places. This is one BCS certified organic osmanthus planting base in Zhejiang. The workers are harvesting the flowers. The organic osmanthus flowers are used either for scenting with organic tea or just as organic flower ingredients.  Changsha Wufeng … Continue reading “The Harvest of Organic Osmanthus Flower”

October 12th, 2018

The Current Situation of Da Hong Pao Mother Trees

Sept.28/2018 The six mother trees of Da Hong Pao have been growing in the rocks of Jiu Long Ke 九龙窠 of Wuyi for around 360 years. The Da Hong Pao Oolong Tea made by the material from the six tea trees had been tributed to the Emperor Qianlong in Qing Dynasty (AD1736-1795). The record showed that … Continue reading “The Current Situation of Da Hong Pao Mother Trees”

September 28th, 2018

2018 Osmanthus Season Comes

Sept.22/2018 The 2018 osmanthus season comes, as now China goes to the middle of Autmun.  Osmanthus is a flower opens after the hot Summer. And only the temperature lowers below 25 degree, will it open. The fragrance of osmanthus is mild but very fascinating. The fragrance is a bit likened to apricot and peach.  We are scenting our osmanthus … Continue reading “2018 Osmanthus Season Comes”

September 22nd, 2018

Organic Tea Garden Management

Sept.18/2018 This is an organic tea garden in Guizhou Province. It seems the management team of this tea garden has very deep understanding of organic way of farming. Look at the slogan stand in the tea garden. ‘We need insects rather than pesticdes‘, ‘We need weeds rather than herbicides’, ‘Nature does not need people, but … Continue reading “Organic Tea Garden Management”

September 18th, 2018

Tea Damage Brought by Hurricane Mangosteen

Sept.17/2018 The Hurricane Mangosteen swept the South China Guangdong Province yesterday night. It caused big wind and rain. The City Guangzhou was seriously influenced. Especially the Chinese biggest tea market, Fangcun Tea Market got a disaster. The water in Zhujiang (Pearl River) flew in the tea market. Thousand tons of teas were drowned. The loss … Continue reading “Tea Damage Brought by Hurricane Mangosteen”

September 17th, 2018

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