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Born in 1949, CHINATEA became a symbol of China. Their iconic green "tea" within a red "China" trademark showcased their focus on green tea and global reach.

CHINATEA's premium teas, designated "National Tea," graced major events, from serving Queen Elizabeth II in 1986 to international summits like APEC and BRICS. Their Banzhang Ripe Pu'er even graced the 2018 Shanghai Cooperation Organization Summit. CHINATEA continues to represent China's tea excellence on the world stage.

  • 1930s

    The Sino-Japanese War threatened China's tea industry. In 1938, Yunnan CHINATEA rose from the ashes, setting up factories and launching the acclaimed "Yunhong" black tea. They saved the industry and showcased Yunnan's tea prowess.

  • 1940s

    Fueled by this initial success, CHINATEA embarks on a period of rapid expansion. New factories are established in Fohai (now Menghai) and Kunming, further solidifying their presence in Yunnan's tea landscape. CHINATEA establishes the Kangzang Tea Factory (now Xiaguan Tea Factory) in Xiaguan, a crucial step in expanding their reach and catering to diverse markets.

  • 1949s-1960s

    Emerging in 1949 alongside the People's Republic of China, CHINATEA revitalized the nation's tea industry. Championing quality through standardized methods, they launched the iconic trademark in 1951. This symbol of Chinese green tea fueled foreign exchange and international prominence for their tea brands. CHINATEA's legacy goes beyond – it laid the groundwork for China's tea dominance, a legacy they continue to uphold.

  • 1970s-1980s

    In the 1970s, China Tea began to significantly increase its exports, becoming a major player in the global tea market. It has achieved a remarkable number of accomplishments, among which the most noteworthy is the successful fermentation experiment of ripe pu-erh tea in 1973, marking a revolutionary turning point in the development of Yunnan tea.

  • 1990s-2000s

    Since the 1980s, CHINATEA products have been presented as state gifts to leaders of various countries, promoting Chinese tea culture and benefiting people around the world.

  • 2010s-Present

    In recent years, China Tea has focused on building its brand and solidifying its position as a market leader. The company has launched several successful marketing campaigns to promote its products and educate consumers about the benefits of Chinese tea.

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