China’s most ambitious commercial tea production initiative will make tea available to more than two million people within two years and offer an opportunity to “teach” Chinese consumers how to taste their tea, according to its co-founder.
The new programme is set to be launched next year in the northern city of Wuhan and aims to become China’s largest wholesale tea production facility.
“In the next few years, our goal is to offer tea to more people,” said Mr Wang Hui, who is a professor of management at Wuhans university.
“People in WuhAN, Wuhang, and Shenzhen can learn how to make tea from us, so they can learn to enjoy the tea.”
Our target is to produce 10,000 tonnes of tea a year, but we also want to have a high quality product, so we want to improve the quality of the tea as well.
“The first tea is expected to be made in October next year.
“The tea we make will have the taste of a lifetime.” “
Our objective is to give people the confidence to drink their tea with confidence, which is very important,” he said.
“The tea we make will have the taste of a lifetime.”
Tea and tea-making A tea-maker can make tea by roasting the leaves of the plant, boiling them in a hot pot or making them from scratch.
In some places, tea is brewed using the leaves themselves, and the process can be a long one.
“When we first started the company, we were making tea using our own hand, but now we have tea-makers in every household,” Mr Wang added.
The company has already received hundreds of applications for the project, with more to follow. “
It’s a good thing for the people of Wufan, because there are a lot of people here, and they need to learn to drink this tea.”
The company has already received hundreds of applications for the project, with more to follow.
“We need more people to come and learn about this project,” Mr Liu said.
The first batch of tea will be made at the Wuhong Tea Factory in Wuyi city in Wuchang province.
The company will also open an online shop in Wuxi city later this year.
Tea enthusiasts will be able to buy tea and tea samples from the online shop, and Mr Wang says the company will have a selection of teas in stock in the first few months.
Mr Liu also said that the company was considering launching a tea tasting shop at a nearby shopping mall.
The company plans to hire a team of 20 people to oversee the process of preparing tea.
The tea will come from Wuhui, where the first batch was produced, and then the company plans on importing it into Wuhanyang, Wuzhen and Shenyang.
Teas will be available for sale at tea shops and online, and there will be a selection for each region.
Mr Wang said he hoped the project would provide a model for other businesses in the country.
“This is the first time in history that we have a commercial enterprise which is focused on tea production and teaching people about the benefits of tea,” he added.
China’s tea industry is growing at a rapid pace, and more than half of the world’s tea-growing areas are now in China.
Tea is one of the most popular commodities in China, with demand exceeding exports.
There are more than 4,500 tea-producing tea plantations across China, and over 1,500 teas are currently in production.