Tea for Good Health and Longevity
Wing represents wealth and prosperity.
Yuen is the origin of everything.
Wing Yuen come together to mean enjoying wealth and prosperity while being grateful to the source.
In 1981, Wong Man-yuen came alone to Hong Kong without a dime except for 6kg of Tieguanyin from his birthplace, Anxi of Fujian, a county famous for tea. The tea turned out to bring him a fortune as he returned a favour to his colleague for a loan. Somehow the tea got into the hand of some tea enthusiast, who would pay Wong for even more of his Tieguanyin. Wong then decided on a startup - a small shop named Wing Yuen at a back alley on Electric Road of North Point, wholesaling tea.
In ten years, the coverage of Wing Yuen's business expanded from China, Hong Kong, and Macau to Taiwan, Japan, Korea, and regions in Southeast Asia and Europe. In the 90s, Wing Yuen begins its retail service, while establishing product lines of tea leaves and tea cakes in Fujian and Yunnan. Having its own product lines means Wing Yuen can have better quality control on the planting, processing and packaging of its tea products. In recent years, the second generation management of Wing Yuen is taking over. The brand is also taking a new look, expanding its youth market for the heritage of the brand history as well as tea culture.
With its foundation and development on tea products, Wing Yuen believes that its brand loyalty stems from the quality of its products and credibility. In return, Wing Yuen is determined to build mutual trust with its patrons, provide quality tea at reasonable prices, and promote historical Chinese tea culture.
Opening the gate to the original of tea and passing on tea culture.
Wing Yuen Tea
Selected quality tea leaves from the six major Yunnan Tea Mountains (Gedeng, Mangzhi, Mansa, Manzhuan, Yibang and Youle) and other locations including Fujian, Wuyi, Zhejiang, Hangzhou, Suzhou and Anji, finely processed into high-grade tea products including raw and roasted Puerh, Tieguanyin, dark tea, Puerh cake, Da Hong Pao and Biluochun. All processing procedures are under strict quality control protocols: harvesting, withering, fermentation, fixation, rolling, drying, roasting and compressing.
One cup wakes the head from a night’s deep slumber for a refreshing start of the day.
The second cup clears the mind as if settling idle ambiguities.
The third cup opens the essence of life bringing relief from anxiety and stress.
Song of Drinking Tea with Senior Official Cui (excerpt) by Jiao Ran