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Old 14-12-2004, 08:08 AM
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Default The Organic Tea Base



Add:Xiamen Yunxiang Enterprise Co.,Ltd., No.24,South
Dongpu Two Road, Xiamen, China
The Organic Oolong Tea Base:
Mount, Ziyun, Anxi, Fujian, China
Tel: 0086-0592-8265626 8267726
Fax: 0086-0592-8265627
Contact man:Mr.Wang/LANTER
E-MAIL:
[email protected] visit our website
http://www.teakingdom.com.cn or www.yunxiangtea.com
http://www.teakingdom.com.cn/


Yunxiang Organic Oolong Tea Base

Since 1996, Xiamen Yunxiang Industry Co. has made large
investments in building a highway leading to the top of
Mount Ziyun, the highest peak in Anxi, Fujian and
cultivated an organic tea farm. Mount Ziyun is 1,300
meters above the sea level and covers an area of over 5000
mu. According to the verification of geologists, Mount
Ziyun was a volcano 100 million years ago. Therefore, it
has unique topographic features. Viewed from far away, the
main peak looks like Maitreya sitting on the mountains.
Clouds are floating about Mount Ziyun all the year round.
The annual average temperature is 15 to 18 degrees and the
annual rainfall is between 1,800 and 2,000 mm. The surface
water is tested to contain various mineral substances good
to human health. As there is no polluting source around
it, Mount Ziyun is endowed with unique natural ecological
environment favorable for organic food development.
Believing that teat shall dominate the beverage in the
21st century and keeping in mind the idea of self-
cultivation, health building and disease prevention,
Yunxiang Co. strictly follows the requirements for organic
food, applies various measures to grow organic tea that is
completely safe for human health, keeps ecological balance
and stability in the tea farm and strictly bans chemical
fertilizers and pesticides in the farm.

To kill pests - Adopt the organic pesticide developed by
the Science Academy of China and Northwest Agricultural
University To fertilize - Apply farmyard manure and super
biological organic fertilizer app roved by EEC.

Without accelerating culture by chemical fertilizers, the
organic tea has a longer growing period than other teas
aided by chemical fertilizers. Its picking maturity is
delayed 20 days as compared with that of other teas.
Therefore, there are only three picking seasons for the
organic tea and its output is only two third of that of
other teas. Yunxiang Co. adopts the primitive tea making
techniques for its organic Oolong tea making and with
equipment of modern technology, free from any metals.
Therefore, the organic tea manufactured in this way tastes
mellow and refreshing. As no spice is added, the organic
tea gives you a pleasant, delicate, and lasting taste with
sweet smell. Through its hard work in the past few years,
Yunxiang Co. has cultivated health teas completely safe
for consumers of different groups in different health
conditions (including patients sensitive to chemical
residues and pregnant women)





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