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Enshi Chunming Tea Trading Co., Ltd.

With the warmth of spring, bake the tea of ​​the heart. Enshi Chunming Tea Trading Co., Ltd. is committed to promoting Enshi tea culture to the world, using the soil of the world's selenium capital to select high-quality tea and build a bridge of healthy drinks. Enshi, located in the hinterland of China, on the mysterious 30° north latitude line, has the world's most abundant selenium deposits, with an average altitude of 1,000 meters and a subtropical monsoonal mountainous humid climate. The climate is characterized by four distinct seasons, warm in winter and cool in summer, with the same rain and heat The season, fog and humidity are heavy, which is the natural environment for the breeding of high-quality tea. Selenium is known by scientists as the "king of anti-cancer" among trace elements in the human body, and the only area in the world where selenium is independently mineralized is located in Enshi, Hubei, China. The unique resource advantages make Enshi's selenium-enriched tea gradually enter the international market. Win the recognition of consumers. At present, the company is mainly engaged in the import and export trade of Enshi green tea, black tea, rattan tea and other agricultural and sideline products, and the sales of tea sets. It has established cooperation with many powerful manufacturers in the region, operates with integrity, and works with manufacturers and consumers to build a healthy future. [Enshi Yulu] Special product of Enshi City, Hubei Province, China National Geographical Indication product. The shape of Enshi Yulu is tight, round and smooth, slender and straight like a needle, and its color is green and green. After brewing in boiling water, the buds and leaves will grow back to life. At first, they will be suspended in the cup, and then they will settle down to the bottom of the cup. The soup will be green and bright, like jade dew, with a refreshing aroma and a mellow taste. Watching its appearance is pleasing to the eye; drinking its tea soup is refreshing. On March 5, 2007, the former AQSIQ approved the protection of geographical indication products for "Enshi Yulu". [Lichuan Red] Lichuan Red is the abbreviation of Lichuan Gongfu black tea. In the middle of the 19th century, Lichuan tea farmers began to process and export black tea for British comprador merchants. In 1876, with Yichang listed as a foreign trade port, Lichuan Maoba became the first choice for exporting Yihong Gongfu black tea. One of the core production areas, Lichuan was listed as the main production area of ​​Yihong Gongfu black tea by the state in 1951. Lichuan black tea has a production and processing history of more than 170 years. Lichuan Gongfu black tea was approved by the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of the People's Republic of China in 2017 as a national geographical indication protection product. On April 28, 2018, President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi tasted "Lichuan Red" during their informal meeting in Wuhan , Since then, Lichuanhong has ushered in higher market expectations. 【Vine Tea】 Laifeng Vine Tea is a specialty of Laifeng County, Hubei Province, and a product of China's National Geographical Indication. Laifengteng Tea, also known as Shantian Tea and Dragon Beard Tea, is the stem and leaf of Vitaceae Snake Grape, which is sweet and light in taste and cool in nature. Blood pressure, blood fat lowering, liver protection and other effects, folks are often used in the prevention of high blood pressure, cold and fever, cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases. The water extract and active ingredients have been studied by China Pharmaceutical University and other scientific research institutes. The active ingredients are flavonoids such as staphylophyllin and dihydromyricetin, and have no toxic and side effects. The unique geographical environment at 30 degrees north latitude has created the health advantages of Laifengteng tea in three aspects: "total plant flavonoid content", "selenium element content" and "comprehensive nutritional components". On March 15, 2013, the former AQSIQ approved the protection of geographical indication products for "Laifengteng Tea".