Halogen Rapid Moisture AnalyzerIis mainly used to measure the water content of tea and other foods, with an accuracy of 0.01%. The moisture meter is small in size and fast in measurement, which is suitable for various tea plants
Flat type tea press shaping machine mainly for LongJing Tea, through the computer control program, the manual operation processes such as tea feeding, fixation, flat shaping, polishing are changed into computer control, so that the evenness of each batch of tea can be adjusted and controlled
DL-6CRT-75 tea rolling machine has double action, mainly for tea twisting, drum diameter 75cm, capacity about 120 kg per batch.
DL-6CQFJ-70 used for sorting fresh leaf which picked by tea harvester, can separate different sizes of tea for producing different grades of finished tea.
DL-CRQ-20Z CTC black tea HRS Gyrovane rotorvane machine mainly used for processing CTC black tea.
DL-6CYQT-90250 mainly used for Oolong tea processing, drum made of bamboo, the activity of withered tea was increased by shaking, It can make tea taste more fragrant, Capacity about 120 kg per batch.
DL-6CHL-RQ10 is small type tea drying machine, can drying for all kind tea, use gas heating, capacity from 40kg to 600kg per hour, temperature and speed adjustable, safety, energy saving and environmental protection
DL-6CHZ-9QB is full stainless steel tea dehydrator, electric heating, drying area about 10sqm, capacity 27-45 kg per batch.
For a different type of tea, using different methods to dry the tea leaves will maximize and retain the aroma of tea leaves, welcome your contact for more details of tea leaves drying.
Tea tree pruning and daily maintenance can make tea tree get more growth nutrients.
Modern pressed cake is supported by science, which proves that the pressed cake has more advantages than loose tea in the process of transformation.
The selection of history produced Pu'er tea cakes, but the unique shape of Pu'er tea has been preserved to this day due to its unique tea aroma.
Lapsang Souchong black tea entered Europe in 1610. In 1662, when Princess Catherine of Portugal married King Charles II, her dowry contained boxes of Chinese Lapsang Souchong black tea. Since then, black tea was brought to the British court, and drinking black tea quickly became an indispensable part of the life of the British royal family. In the early London tea market in the United Kingdom, only Lapsang Souchong black tea was sold, and the price was extremely high. Only the rich and wealthy could drink it. Lapsang Souchong black tea became an indispensable beverage for the upper class in Britain. The British love black tea. Gradually, drinking black tea has evolved into a noble and beautiful black tea culture and spread it to the world.
In 1689, Britain set up a base in Xiamen, Fujian Province, China, and purchased a large amount of Chinese tea. Britain drinks more black tea than green tea, and has developed its unique black tea culture, which is related to the above-mentioned historical events. Because the tea purchased in Xiamen is a semi-fermented black tea-"Wuyi tea", a large amount of Wuyi tea flowed into the UK, replacing the original green tea market, and soon became the mainstream of Western European tea. Later, tea experts classified the tea according to the method of making tea and the characteristics of the tea. The red leaves of the red soup after brewing Wuyi tea belong to the "black tea category" according to its nature. But the common name of the British "Black tea" has been followed down to refer to "black tea”.