SuoiGiang is a highland commune in Van Chan District, Yen Bai Province. Situated nearly 1,400 metres above sea level, the climate here is similar to that of Sapa or Dalat. It is home to a long-standing Shan Tuyet tea plantations that date back hundreds of years. SuoiGiang tea is selected from 100% Shan tea buds, naturally-grown on the flanks of SuoiGiang Mountain. Shan Tea is produced through traditional methodsand possesses a naturally-aromatic, delicious, and pure flavour.

- Free from pesticides or chemicals

- Free from preservatives, additives or colouring


- Quality Standards No. 011/2014 / TIYTYB-XNCB

- Decision on authorization for use Brand certificate of Certification marks Authority

- Decision No. 07 / QD-TDC on 06.17.2013 issued by Yen Bai Quality Standards Departments.

Code: CS100


Fin Ho tea is picked from ancient to fields growing to the slopes in the northern mountainous region of Vietnam. The tea is grown in suitable climatic conditions. The harvest takes place three times a year during which the tea is carefully hand-picked and processed by the Red Dzao people, a northern ethnic minority group in Vietnam. Fin ho tea meets global standards of Fair Trade and Organic certification. We commit to ensure the care and respect for the local community and dedicate to grow premium quality tea with unique flavours.

Certificate:         - Organic

                            - Fair Trade

Code: CFH100

Located some 1,600m above sea level, and wreathed year- round in clouds, Ta Xua tea is sourced from very old Shan tea plantation in Bac Yen District, Son La Province. Ta Xua tea  leaves are snow- white, large and thick, with yellow fibres. The nurturing and picking of the leaves is entirely done by hand and completely free of fertilizers or chemicals. Selected from the freshest tea leaves with a hand- drying process, the tea is a characteristic dark brown colour.


- No. quality verification: AR-16-VD-010985-01-VI/ EUVNHC-00002587

Code: CTX100