Zhejiang Yuefeng Tea Machinery Co., Ltd. (formerly Shaoxing Tea Machinery General Factory) was founded in 1960 and has a history of more than 40 years. In the 1990s, through institutional reform and innovation, it successfully transformed into a joint-stock enterprise. Advanced management methods, strong technical force, and flexible business philosophy make the enterprise full of vitality.
Over the years, Zhejiang Yuefeng Tea Machinery Co., Ltd. (formerly Shaoxing Tea Machinery General Factory) has presided over or participated in major national, ministry (provincial), and municipal-level tea machine research and development projects. In the 1970s, he participated in and hosted the national joint design group of 6CH16 tea dryers, successfully designed the backbone model of tea dryers in China, and formulated the national standards for 6CH tea dryers. In the 1980s, on the basis of digestion and absorption, the mini-class project of refined combined machines was completed; the national spark project of RFL series metal hot blast stoves was completed, and the first high-efficiency energy-saving metal hot blast stoves were introduced, which promoted the technological progress of the entire tea machine industry. In the 1990s, the provincial-level project on the machine-integrated metal-furnace-type drum-type tea killing machine was completed, thereby promoting another major progress in the tea-machine industry. At the same time, Shaoxing Tea Machinery General Plant participated in the Hangzhou Tea Refined Small Packaging Production Line Project, completed the China Tea Corporation Fujian Quanzhou Oolong Tea Blending Plant Project, and Hong Kong Tak Sing Hong (Zhuhai) Natural Food Co., Ltd. Tea Refined Small Packaging Production Line Project. All achieved satisfactory results. Shaoxing Tea Machinery General Factory has completed several bidding projects for domestic and international tea machinery. On the basis of digestion and absorption in 2001, the design and manufacturing of steamed green sencha tea complete equipment was completed, which contributed to the adjustment of tea structure. Currently, we are continuing our efforts to realize the technological reform and continuous direction of steamed green tea in China.
Zhejiang Yuefeng Tea Machinery Co., Ltd. (formerly Shaoxing Tea Machinery General Factory) has more than 150 varieties of tea processing machinery. The main products are: 6CZS tea killer series, 6CR tea twister series, 6CH tea dryer series, RFL, RFL (H), YRFL environmental protection and energy saving, coal burning, fuel metal hot air stove series, as well as complete processing equipment for red, green tea and scented tea. Zhejiang Yuefeng Tea Machinery Co., Ltd. (formerly Shaoxing Tea Machinery General Factory) is able to provide complete sets of equipment for black and green tea, primary, refined, large, medium and small tea factories, as well as excellent after-sales service. At the same time, it can provide steamed green sencha (striped tea, sliced tea, broken tea, garden tea), as well as various types of famous tea processing equipment.
The company's subsidiary Yuefeng Drying Equipment Factory specializes in the development and production of a variety of materials drying equipment for agricultural and sideline products, food, Chinese medicinal materials, aquatic products, chemicals, and building materials.
Our products are sold throughout the country and exported to Southeast Asia, Africa and Latin America and other countries and regions.
Drinking tea regularly can improve your health and beauty, and you can enjoy a pot of tea in your spare time, and you can also spend time and cultivate your body. Friends who often drink tea will have a deeper understanding of tea. If you do not know how to preserve tea, tea will soon change.
When placing tea, pay attention not to place it in the sun. A better storage method is to seal it. You can use vacuum packaging to pack the tea and place it in a dry and cool environment. Be sure to prevent moisture.
Avoid placing in high temperature environment. The high temperature environment will change the molecular structure of the tea, affect the quality and taste of the tea, and prevent moisture, gas and light. All are important factors for storing tea.
The above is the relevant content of tea, I hope to help everyone.
China is a big tea drinking country. Tea has become a small part of people's daily life. It is a very important health drink. There are many benefits to drinking tea. So how much do people know about tea? Can you tell if tea leaves are spoiled?
How do you know if tea leaves are spoiled? Regarding whether they are spoiled, everyone can distinguish them based on the following three points:
1. See if the tea leaves have changed significantly
Tea has its own characteristics, such as green tea is green, black tea is dull and dark, and people can distinguish it slightly from the appearance color. Take Tieguanyin for example. The clear-flavored Tieguanyin should be a clear green leaf, but if a dark brown or even red tea soup is brewed and the leaves appear dark brown, it can indicate that it has deteriorated; therefore, You can tell whether a tea is within its shelf life by seeing if the tea leaves have changed significantly.
2. Smell to see if there are any odors or odors
Tea is very odor-absorbing, so care must be taken when storing it in a clean, odorless indoor environment. Smell the smell before drinking tea. If there are significant odors, such as oily smell, etc., it is best not to drink. However, this method will not be so precise, because the taste will be larger only if it is obviously spoiled. If it is only slightly skewed, many tea friends who do not drink tea often cannot smell it. But in fact, the skewered tea is also spoiled. It is recommended not to drink it!
3. Is it mildew?
The appropriate moisture content of tea is about 5%. If the moisture content exceeds 10%, the tea is very easy to return to the mold. Normal tea leaves are crispy to the touch and easily break. If the tea leaves feel soft when they are pinched, feel wet or smell musty, then the tea must be spoiled and no longer drinkable.