Gift from land:

The sorghum growing in clusters and swaying by the autumn wind under the clear sky is the golden vinasse field is the unique landscape of Kinmen. The land is poor and the climate is dry. In the early days, only peanuts and sweet potatoes were planted. During the period of the military administration, the “Sorghum exchange the rice” policy opened the Kinmen sorghum liquor culture and created the reputation of Kinmen Gao-Liang wine.


The Kinmen Winery consumes 50,000 metric tons of sorghum each year, adding the weight of water and producing 100,000 tons of sorghum distiller’s grains. The highest day can produce more than 250 metric tons of distiller’s grains per day. Some distiller’s grains will become animal husbandry feed, but the remaining distiller’s grains will become waste and add to bring the burden of the environment.


Due to no mountain barriers on all sides of Kinmen, the rainfall is quite uneven, with strong winds in winter and foggy spring. Mr. Mark learned that the large amount of waste distiller’s grains left over from the production of Jinmen’s vinasse wine finally became a burden on the environment and he also knew about the severe climate of Kinmen. After continuous research and development testing, we successfully developed recycled sorghum dregs fiber.


Specially designed for Kinmen moisture absorption, wind and UV-resistant windbreaker and related fabrics were produced. We hope that this love for the earth and compassionate residents of Kinmen County will continue forever. The green recycling economy of the sorghum dregs continues to bring social well-being and benefits.



  • Moisture absorption and deodorization
  • Regenerative heat preservation
  • Ultraviolet radiation resistance.