In 2005, we invented Jinjunmei, which quickly became popular worldwide, leading the upsurge of high-end direct drinking black tea.
However, the production of raw materials for top-quality Jinjunmei is limited, keeping its price high.
So we started a project called JUNMEI CHINA in 2010. We use raw materials from famous tea-producing areas in China, and have made many attempts to produce a lot of black tea with outstanding taste.
Junmei China Series = Junmei craft + non-100% Wuyi Tongmuguan's tea raw materials
"Better quality than other brands so-called Jinjunmei"
"Cost much less than Zhengshantang's Jinjunmei"
More people can drink a cup of higher quality Chinese black tea
Compare with Zhengshantang Jinjunmei, Junmei China series got: 70% the Taste, 50% the Price, 1000 times the production
(The highest latitude tea area North China)
36 degrees north latitude
Latitude and longitude: 119°0'-119°43' east longitude 35°42'-36°21' north latitude
Climate: Semi-oceanic climate, abundant rainfall, humid air, high cold winter, long growing season, large temperature difference between day and night
Temperature: The annual average is 13.2°C, and the annual frost-free period is 217 days
Precipitation: rain and heat in the same season, with an annual average of 741.8mm
Altitude: 35.32~679mSoil: Located on the east side of the Yimu fault zone, it has extremely rich mineral resources, brown soil and brown soil with good air permeability suitable for the growth of tea trees.
Rare high-latitude black tea—
Chaoran black tea
Zhengshantang Tea Company formally reached a cooperation with Zhucheng,Taoyuan Town, Zhucheng City,
one of the protected origins of geographical indication products
in the tea planting area with the highest latitude in North China.
Open up more than 1,000 mu of tea gardens,
Combining the 400-year-old tea-making technique with the Junmei technique,
Developed the supernatural black series black tea.
Not only the leaves are red in soup,
but the taste is mellow and very warmIt brings the breath of spring to people,
with a long lasting charm and endless aftertaste.
In the history of Chinese tea sets, gaiwan is a young utensil that is still widely used today. Our common tureen generally has two shapes: the first one: In the "Chinese Tea Dictionary" by Academician Chen Zongmao, the tureen is explained as "cooking utensils, mostly porcelain, with a cover on the top and a saucer on the bottom, and the heat insulation of the saucer is easy to hold." drink". What is described here is a three-piece gaiwan-shaped system with a cover on the top, a support on the bottom, and a bowl in the middle. The cover is "heaven", the bowl is "person", and the support is "earth". The three talents of "heaven, earth and man". This type of tureen is also called the Sancai Cup, which means "Three Talents, Heaven, Earth and Man". There is also a style of tureen, which is a two-piece bowl and cover-only the cover and the bowl. It is explained in the "Chinese Ancient Ceramics Illustrated": Gaiwan, a small bowl with a cover, tea set, popular in Qing Dynasty.
what is a cloudy after cold? I don't know if you have noticed a phenomenon. When we are making tea, especially black tea, we pour a cup of black tea for tea friends in the tea room. If the tea friends don’t drink it in time, after the tea soup is cold, we will find that the original orange-yellow and bright soup color will turn a little turbid. So this is what we call cloudy after cold.