Takson Tea Holding Limited, the subsidiary of Takson Group, was founded in 2010. With a goal to pursuit modern lifestyle and to fulfil social responsibilities, Takson Tea has invested nearly RMB I Million to develop an organic tea plantation, approximately 200 hectares, in Huanghua Town, Qingyuan City in the Guangdong Province. For the past five year, Takson Tea strives to uphold the highest quality standard, to be organic at our plantation, which is supported by our technical center on cultivation, processing and research and development. Takson Tea is committed to provide our customers with a cup of high-quality, safe and reliable tea.
T3, the first healthy tea brand of Takson Tea was launched officially on 18 April, 2015. This brand adheres to the concept of "Organic only". At present, the tea plantation produces three main tea species Yinghong No.9, Yingzhou No. I and Golden goddess, and it has the exclusive rights of Cocoa Tea No. I and Cocoa Tea No.2, known to be the world only naturally-grown caffeine-free tea species. Takson Tea is devoted to establish a National Grade 5A tea cultural resort, integrating 600 hectares of organic tea plantation, together with leisure holiday and Lingnan tea culture.
T3 brand combines China's thousand years of tea culture, together with modem lifestyle and desire of nature. It integrates the experience of our tea cultural center and tea plantation with the tourist attractions in Huanghua Town. Not only contributing to the local economy, but given the breakthrough in our modern packaging design with personalized and tailor-made services for individuals or corporates, T3 gives our customers a new tea-tasting experience, embracing modem lifestyle.
Introduction of Tea Plantation
Takson Tea Plantation is located in the Huanghua Town area, in the Yingxi Peak Forest Scenery, known as the "No. I Peak Forest Scenery in the South". The area has particularly favorable natural conditions, with no industrial pollution within 50km proximity of the town. Takson Tea Plantation adheres to orgamc cultivation without usmg any chemical-synthesized pesticides and fertilizers. It leads the highest industry standard and was awarded the organic certifications by EU and China respectively.
Introduction of Cultivation Technology
Takson Tea Plantation strictly carries out organic cultivation standard, using organic fertilizers, which comprise of cow manure, peanut bran, soybean and rapeseed undergoing complete and natural fermentation. Leguminous green plants, like soybeans, are planted into the plantation to improve soil quality and fertility. The water source for the plantation is sufficient and good quality spring water is irrigated by using automated irrigation and sprinkling systems. For pest control and prevention, pest traps and solar trap lamps are installed for killing pests, such as harmful insects, moths and longicorn. When there is a widespread of green leafhoppers, the affected leaves will be removed to reduce the spread of diseases and damages. China well-known tea experts, Professor Wang Dengliang and Professor Yuan Xuepei, monitor closely every steps from cultivation to tea processing to ensure good taste, safe and reliable tea for our customers.
Introduction of Tea Processing Plant
Takson Tea Processing Plant is located in Yanbei Village in Huanghua Town. It covers an area of about 1,500 square meters with green-food standard flooring, which is suitable for tea processing tea. Over 50,000kg of tea leaves are being processed each year and it is in an upward trend. Currently, black tea and green tea are our main products and the plant is also equipped to process oolong tea.
Our processing operation and management are strictly in accordance with QS Quality and Safety Standards, organic food standards and HACCP certification management system to guarantee sanitation and safety of our tea products. Our goal is to provide our customers with full satisfaction with our high quality Yingde black tea and other tea products.
The first floor workshop includes withering room, solar withering room, rolling room, fermentation room, drying room and refining room. The second floor workshop includes packaging room, packaging materials storage, finished products storage and quality control room. The solar withering room is equipped with multi-layer withering shelves and infrared withering equipment, which is the only one system in China, imported from Taiwan, used for sunlight and infrared withering. Tea quality control room was established in accordance with the National Tea Quality Evaluation Standards, (Document No. GB18797/2012), for taste evaluation and quality control of each batch of tea produced in the year.