Spring Flowers have inspired poets, painters, and philosophers. Wing Hop Fung celebrates Spring with healing flowers, top-quality teas, and rare delicacies.
Botanist Luther Burbank (1849-1926) wrote: “Flowers always make people better, happier, and more helpful; they are sunshine, food, and medicine for the soul.” During his 55-year career, Luther Burbank developed more than 800 strains and varieties of plants including fruits, flowers, grains, and grasses.
Dorothea Lynde Dix (1802 -1887) American educator, social reformer, and humanitarian wrote: “The rose is the flower and handmaiden of love - the lily, her fair associate, is the emblem of beauty and purity.” And “Jasmine, the name of which signifies fragrance, is the emblem of delicacy and elegance. It is reared with difficulty in New England, but . . . [in China], puts forth all its graces.”
Your highest physical wellness and spiritual goals can flower in the perfume of delicious teas. Wing Hop Fung Blossoming teas are made with green and white teas combined with flowers, including marigold, carnation, amaranth, and jasmine. Each tea blooms right before your eyes into a beautiful bouquet of tea leaves and flowers, bringing along a myriad of flavors unique to each floret. They are colorful and offer an unusually delicious beverage and flower show. For example, Dancing Butterfly is made with white tea, wood butterfly, and Chinese globeflower.
Wuyang Spring Rain, or Wuyang Chun Yu, is an organic tea grown in Wuyi County in Zhejiang, China. It is named after an ancient Chinese poem: “The one-night spring thunder falls ten thousand silk.” The high altitude, fresh air, and year-round clouds and mist of Wuyi produce a tea that is bright green in appearance and brews a beautiful aroma of roasted chestnuts. This tea is certified organic and grown with no pesticides, chemicals, or additives.
Wing Hop Fung’s 2021 Spring-Picked Longjing Teas collection is unparalleled.
Longjing Green Tea originates from the mountains surrounding West Lake in the Zhejiang province of China. Today, Longjing Green Tea remains a specialty of this region even though it is now also grown in other parts of China. The leaves are hand-fired in a large wok immediately after picking and have an appearance of smooth flat green leaves with pointed ends, resembling a sparrow's tongue. The name was given according to the legend of a dragon that lived in a well near West Lake Village. It is said that it saved the village from a long drought by bringing rain. Longjing tea is refreshing, moistening, fragrant and delightful.
Wing Hop Fung’s fruit teas offering tempting apple, peach, pineapple, and passion fruit blended with quality teas. They enhance our health, beauty, and romance in the cup. Parisian Romance fruit tea is made from hibiscus, rose hips, apple bits, citrus peels, grapes, pineapple bits, and mint.
One of the joys of Spring is the sound of baby birds chirping in the garden. Their song announces new life, a new beginning for us. Wing Hop Fung bird’s nests collected and processed in Bali, Indonesia, the world’s finest pollution-free bird's nest production area, offer many health and beauty benefits. Bird's nest is a traditional precious natural tonic that has been consumed in China since the Ming Dynasty. It has been an effective tonic for emperors and nobles. The bird's nest is formed by condensing saliva from the swiftlet sparrow or the same genus. The bird's nest is high in protein, with a delicate fragrance and mildly sweet taste, Since ancient times, the bird's nest has been regarded as fine food and a precious product for nourishing yin body fluids and beauty. It is especially beneficial for refreshing complexion beauty and as a tonic for mothers-to-be.
Celebrate with Wing Hop Fung and enjoy wonders from the garden, fields and mountains！！！