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ViconyTeas | Chinese Tea Supplier & Wholesaler Based In Huangshan, China. Tea is our life as well as our business!
ViconyTeas | Chinese Tea Supplier & Wholesaler Based In Huangshan, China. Tea is our life as well as our business!

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All our tea wholesale catalogues can be found here: http://www.viconyteas.com/tea-wholesale.html#catalogue
Pls request our latest wholesale pricelist at export@viconyteas.com

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Hi, Our Dear Customers, we will stop working from 23th Jan to 4th Feb to celebrate Chinese New Year(Spring Festival). During the time, we are unable to ship orders but Richard and Alexa will be on duty to deal with all emails. Orders can be accepted and will be processed and shipped according to the sequence of payment once our holiday ends on 4th Feb. Happy Chinese New Year of the Rooster and thanks for your support, kindness and loyalty. VICONY TEAS
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In Chinese legend, Kunlun Mountains are said to be the home for many deities and sages. In this sacred mountains, there are lots of amazing flowers and beasts, and Kunlun Snow Chrysanthemum is one of them. Growing at a high altitude around 3000 metres, it only blossoms once every August with very short blooming lifespan, making it a rare tea that absorbs the essence of the 'Heavenly' Mountains. When brewed, it produces dark red amber liquor with pleasant floral smell and natural subtle sweet taste. http://www.viconyteas.com/herbal-tea/snow-chrysanthemum-flower.html
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Jasmine buds harvesting in Guangxi, China. http://www.viconyteas.com/herbal-tea/jasmine-bud-tea.html
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In Chinese legend, Kunlun Mountains are said to be the home for many deities and sages. In this sacred mountains, there are lots of amazing flowers and beasts, and Kunlun Snow Chrysanthemum is one of them. Growing at a high altitude around 3000 metres, it only blossoms once every August with very short blooming lifespan, making it a rare tea that absorbs the essence of the 'Heavenly' Mountains. When brewed, it produces dark red amber liquor with pleasant floral smell and natural subtle sweet taste. http://www.viconyteas.com/herbal-tea/snow-chrysanthemum-flower.html

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Pot Marigold Flower Tea also known as Calendula Chrysanthemum is a cleansing and detoxifying herb with anti-fungal, anti-viral and antibiotic activity. Marigold flowers are strongly anti-inflammatory and healing. This herbal tea also may be used for gastritis, and is an ideal healing drink for anyone who has undergone surgery. Marigold Flower Tea can help to regulate womens menstrual periods and benefits the immune and lymphatic systems. http://www.viconyteas.com/herbal-tea/pot-marigold-chrysanthemum.html

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Hibiscus flowers also known as roselle are ideal for brewing hibiscus tea, a smooth, relaxing, naturally caffeine-free drink with a fragrant aroma and a tangy, cranberry-like flavor. Gaze into your teacup and you'll see rehydrated hibiscus flowers serenely floating in the deep magenta-colored tea. Hot hibiscus tea is soothing in the winter, while iced hibiscus tea delivers a cool kick in the summer. http://www.viconyteas.com/herbal-tea/roselle-hibiscus-flower.html

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Sanqi Flower also known as Panax Notoginseng flower is from the same genus as "Asian Ginseng" and shares many of the same beneficial properties but with fewer side effects. Sanqi Flower is full of ginsenosides and is though to have anti-cancer properties, supports and detoxifies the liver, balances the adrenal glands, regulates high blood pressure and improves blood circulation. The aroma of dried San Qi Flower is quite pleasant and reminds us of cacao powder. The San Qi Flower brewed as tea is quite pleasant, with a balance of bitter, sweet and Ginseng spiciness. http://www.viconyteas.com/herbal-tea/sanqi-flower.html

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Tea gardens in Wuyishan Mountain, Fujian. http://www.viconyteas.com/wuyi-rock-tea.html
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Tea gardens in Wuyishan Mountain, Fujian. http://www.viconyteas.com/wuyi-rock-tea.html
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