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- Winter Alpine Oolong from Dayuling is available in our shop. Until 16 of December you can buy this tea for special price!
Due to limited or cancelled flights some countries do not get post (including EMS) from the abroad. The actual list of those countries you can find at the Taiwan Post website.
If the delivery to your country is suspended, you will be noticed during checkout.
Alternatively, FedEx and DHL are available. We can offer rationable rates, but we have to check previously if there are no restrictions to import tea with these operators in your country. Please contact us, if you are interested in such kind of delivery service.
- Welcome pack of selected GABA oolong is available in our shop.
- Spring Ying Xiang Oolong Tea #20 and Spring Jasper Oolong Tea #19 are available in our shop.
- Full Aroma Organic Dayuling Oolong from Plantation 95K and Rare Organic Dayuling Oolong from Plantation 100K are available in our shop.
- Rare Organic Dayuling Green River Oolong is available in our shop.
- Rare Aged Oolong Lao Cha is available in our shop.
- Rare Alpine Mountain Yu Shan Garden Oolong is available in our shop.
- Looking for your favorite Taiwanese tea? Ask us and we will find it for you! If you don't know the name of the tea, you can easy send us photo of teabag with hieroglyphs.
- Why the Taiwanese oolong is more expensive, than Chinese? Find the answer here.
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All about Tea from Taiwan
Teahouses have become a distinctive part of Taiwan's culture. People go for the ambience and to have a good cup of tea.
You can find teahouses all over the island. Spending a few hours in pleasant surroundings over a pot of best oolong tea is as easy and every bit as fashionable as finding a cup of coffee in one of the popular coffee shops. Some people go to teahouses for tea, others go just for the ambience.
Coffee and tea are two of the most popular beverages in the world. If you enjoy a delicious cup of either, it’s always good to know how to brew them in the best way possible to get the most out of every cup.
Tea itself is a wonderful and healthy drink, but sometimes you want to sweeten it, especially if the tea is a little bitter.
We get a lot of questions, where people ask: What is the difference between oolongs from Taiwan and China? Why Taiwan tea is more expensive compare with tea from China?
First of all look on the map of that part of the world and compare China Mainland and Taiwan.
Tea production is a series of various steps, which starts with freshly-plucked leaf and ends with dry tea leaves which are ready to brew. Some steps are common for all kinds of tea and (plucking, sorting etc) and other are unique for different kinds of tea. Fermentation is one of them and tea is often described as either not-fermented, semi-fermented or fermented.