Lao Ye Liang does not use pesticides and fertilizers at all in the process of tea planting and roasting, but uses organic matter and organic fertilizers to nourish the land, and imports lactic acid enzymes from Japan to irrigate the land, so that the soil that has been cultivated and acidified for a long time can return to neutrality, so that good tea can be grown.

In terms of pest control, if the soil itself is neutral and contains a lot of organic matter, coupled with sufficient rain, mild sunshine, foggy morning and evening, large temperature difference at night, and yellow-red oily high-viscosity soil, you can Plant healthy, strong and disease-resistant tea trees, and the quality of the tea leaves will be very good. On the basis that the tea tree itself is healthy and strong, coupled with natural wood vinegar, Heijiang bacteria, Sulli bacteria, lactic acid bacteria enzymes, garlic EC and other organic enzymes, it can effectively control pests and diseases.

The tea trees harvested by the above organic and natural farming methods have no pesticide residue problems. However, in order to make consumers feel more secure, Liu Chongpei actually sent the tea to a professional organization that inspects pesticide residues for testing. Therefore, in the past, each batch of tea leaves from Laoyeliang would be sent to "Taicha Biochemical Technology Inspection Co., Ltd." for inspection (, giving consumers an extra layer of peace of mind and protection.

Founded in 2007, "Taicha Biochemical Technology Inspection Co., Ltd." was the only institution in Taiwan that specialized in testing tea pesticides at that time. Since 2017, Dufve Rheinland Laboratory has reached 443 multiple residue analysis and testing items for pesticide residues in tea. The tea of the two masters has always beenAll get ND (zero detections), that is, there is no pesticide residue of any kind at all (the sample of the 2017 inspection report can be found at:

Since 2018, Master Liang has sent tea to SGS and TAF for inspection, and the inspection results are also of high ND (zero detection) standards. It is worth mentioning that TAF is a tea inspection company attached to the National Jinan University. It is an industry-university cooperation between Jinan University and Anxin Tea Inspection Technology Co., Ltd. It has 466 multiple pesticide residue analysis and testing items.

It is worth mentioning that the Taiwan inspection standard is only the amount of pesticides within the regulations, while the EU inspection regulations require ND (zero residue) to pass the customs. Lao Ye Liang has always been self-required by the strictest "EU inspection standards". Each batch of tea has been tested by an authoritative testing organization for pesticide residues, and all of them have zero detection, so they must be exported to Europe.

In addition, Master Two is an organic and natural farming method alpine tea specialty store, so in addition to insisting on organic and natural farming methods for growing tea, it also pays attention to using alpine tea as the source of tea. The tea leaves are all hand-picked tea made in 100% Taiwan, and roasted with longan wood over charcoal.

2015~2018 Pesticide Inspection Report

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