【Hand twist Treasure Handmade Treasure | Black Tea】
Appearance: hand-rolled to perfect, like antelope horn cable-type tea
Brown: Flame golden yellow
Aroma: citrus honey
Flavor: Glace candied citrus chocolate flavor, fully demonstrated the characteristics of mountain black tea
Brewing method: hot water teapot or cup into about 5g tea, add 100 ℃ hot water 250cc, according to personal preference, let stand for 1-2 minutes to drink.
Ingredients: 100% hand-twisted black tea original leaves
Origin: Africa Malawi
Shelf life: 1 year
【Hope country】 Malawi tea MALAWI TEA】
The southern part of Africa, Malawi, is about 1,200 meters above sea level with cool temperatures and more hills and is a well-known premium tea producing area in Africa. Inheritance of nearly 100 years of Satemwa tea plantations, insisted on environmentally beneficial ways of planting, heart tea. Every leaf in the palm contains 100% enthusiasm and commitment. It is also the first tea plantation in Malawi that has gained fair trade certification.
【Fuji Ji Foundation | Malawi fair trade tea】
Tea is one of the cash crops in Malawi in Africa. During its service in Malawi, the Foundation found that many small-scale farmers are limited in their financial resources or output and can only control their intermediaries. When the price fluctuation in the international market falls, , Will lose everything ...
Therefore, we act as a member of "Fair Trade Organization" and strive to create a good opportunity for both producers and consumers:
★ provide a reasonable "guaranteed purchase price" for smallholders against exploitation and livelihood improvement.
★ Appropriation of "community development fund": allowing smallholders to decide at their own discretion to "improve community infrastructure" or "upgrade production equipment"
★ Merchandise sales profit: 100% return to Malawi, Africa, to provide local poor children to school and other community development projects
【Consumption, can bring change to the world】
Invite you to drink good tea together, do good deeds at the same time, bring good hope to distant children!
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