This is one of the few tea gardens in China certified by usda, ecocert and Chinese organic certisificater at the same time.
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Teadaw, originating from China, a country with a long history of and a plethora of top-notch teas, is a leading online tea provider and aiming to bring the best organic Chinese tea, tea sets, tea gifts and related tea culture to tea lovers all over the world. Anyone accessible to internet is capable of getting his hands on the absolutely dainty and natural Chinese teas grown on the pollution-free tea fields located in the southwest of China that possesses the perfect altitude, latitude, longitude, temperature and humidity for cultivating premium teas.
With “ensure every sip of tea in your mouth is fresh” creed in mind, Teadaw thinks out of the box and opts for an innovative and timely shipping program that delivers Chinese organic tea directly from tea fields to your hands, omitting unnecessary transportation link and saving loads of time for the best flavor and benefits of teas. Via this program, loose teas presented by Teadaw can cover millions of people in major cities in every continent and appear and send out their aroma in every corner of the world.
About the Great Ecology Tea Garden
To find the perfect tea field and the best tea, Fransic Wang, the founder of Teadaw, and his team spent lots of time, energy and money on this foremost fundamental work. They tried all kinds of tea from various countries, such as Japan, India, Sri Lanka, France, Germany and the like, gleaned and read a host of tea-related books and even studied the tea plantations on the field trips in several countries. Finally, they found great ecology tea gardens that satisfied to their hearts content.
One of Teadaw’s tea garden is located in Mabian, southwest of China,This is one of the few tea gardens in China certified by USDA, ECOCERT and Chinese organic certisificater at the same time. Almost half amount of people living in Mabian are Yi minority. Some of them who stay in remote areas still keep some ancient traditions, such as fire worship and nature worship. The total 2034km² of lands of Mabian contain over 1300km² of forests, some areas of which are designated as wild panda protection zone. By far, Mabian, far away from polluted big cities of China, has been an excellent environment for tea cultivation with nearly 100% soil and vegetation here being pollution-free.
The whole tea garden is in a valley, into which it takes near 4 hours to drive from the nearest town. After finishing a trek through those hilly roads that make you feel dizzy, you finally stamp on the ground of the tea garden. Then you look around and could see the sky reaching high cliffs around the whole valley:
“Those cliffs are just like natural defenses, crucial for protecting the tea garden from being hurt by outside pollutions and pests.” The manager says. She is a 30-year-old young lady. After studying in Japan and working in IBM for 2 years, she chose to go home and work in the tea garden. “Pests are usually transferred by wind power. However, thanks to these cliffs, wind from outside can’t do such things.”
unlike the bush growing on steep cliffs, the tea trees can be cultivated in a garden that gradually rises up, like terracing. When you walk on trails in the tea garden, you can see streams beside the trail and the water inside streams flowing down from upper place.
“The water comes down from those cliffs, cultivating the whole ecosystem insides the valley. Of course, we use these water to irrigate our plantation.” The manager of the tea garden says. “In the night, you will hear the croaking of the frogs, which is really, really loud here. Frogs can eat pests, their appetite is really big.”
“Besides frogs, we raise chickens and goats. You know, since we never use herbicide or pesticide, we need some animals to cope with weeds and pests.” The manager says.
Wait a minute, do those goats eat tea leaves? “You don’t need to worry about this.” The manager says. “Goats are never interested in tea leaves, because those leaves are bitter and too tall for them to eat. Therefore, they only eat grass and weed.” “Chickens eat pests and run in this garden the whole day, you know, relentless in finding pests to eat.” She laughs and says.
Mabian, with an altitude of 1200 meters, an average annual temperature for 17.53° and an average annual rainfall for 973 millimeters, is one of the idealest places for tea cultivation. In addition, a utopia-like and 100% organic tea garden located at Mabian will produce tea leaves with superb quality.
Teadaw wishes you could close your eyes when you drink teas from Mabian, feeling it with your heart. Let the breeze from the plateaus on the southwest of China fresh your mind.
Company Name: Jia Wo Technology
Contact Person: Francis Wang
Address:No 88, Niu Sha Hou Jie, Jin Jiang District
City: Cheng Du
State: Si Chuan