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Light Charcoal Roasted Jin Xuan Milk Oolong Tea (輕炭焙金萱烏龍)
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Light Charcoal Roasted Jin Xuan Milk Oolong Tea (輕炭焙金萱烏龍)

This light Charcoal Roasted Jin Xuan milk oolong comes from Ali Mountain Area. Alishan (Ali Shan) m..

Winter Alpine Oolong from Dayuling Plantation 88K (大禹嶺冬茶)

Winter Alpine Oolong from Dayuling Plantation 88K (大禹嶺冬茶)

Dayuling (Da Yu Ling) Winter Oolong tea is a top-grade oolong tea from the plantation at 88 km in Da..

Li Shan Hongyun Roast Black Tea #21 (梨山紅韻紅茶) / Red Rhythm Tea

Li Shan Hongyun Roast Black Tea #21 (梨山紅韻紅茶) / Red Rhythm Tea

Li Shan Hongyun (Red Rhythm) roast black tea #21 is a rare black tea, which comes from the Li Shan a..

Zhu Lu Oolong (珠露茶)

Zhu Lu Oolong (珠露茶)

This is Premium Zhu Lu (Pearl tea) high mountain oolong comes from Ali Mountain Area, from Shihjhuo ..

Shi Jhou Honey Black Tea (蜜香紅茶)

Shi Jhou Honey Black Tea (蜜香紅茶)

Shi Jhou Honey Black Tea is a rare black tea which comes from Ali Mountain Area, from Shihjhuo towns..

Rare Organic Dayuling Oolong from Plantation 105K (105K大禹嶺烏龍)
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Rare Organic Dayuling Oolong from Plantation 105K (105K大禹嶺烏龍)

Rare Organic Dayuling Oolong from Plantation 105K is a top-grade light fermented oolong tea from the..

Tie Guan Yin Mountain Oolong (鐵觀音)
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Tie Guan Yin Mountain Oolong (鐵觀音)

Tie Guan Yin (Iron Guanyin) is a mainland tea tree from Anxi County, Fujian Province. The place of t..

Spring Alpine Oolong from Dayuling Plantation 88K (大禹嶺春茶)

Spring Alpine Oolong from Dayuling Plantation 88K (大禹嶺春茶)

Dayuling (Da Yu Ling) Spring Oolong tea is a top-grade oolong tea from the plantation at 88 km in Da..

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High Mountain Alishan Oolong Tea (高山地阿里山烏龍茶)

High Mountain Alishan Oolong Tea (高山地阿里山烏龍茶)

Mt. Ali Oolong from Ali Shan area is one of the best and the most famous oolong from Taiwan. Alisha..

Dong Ding Oolong Tea (凍頂)

Dong Ding Oolong Tea (凍頂)

Dong Ding, also spelled Tung-ting, is a premium oolong tea from Taiwan. The name Dong Ding means ..

Bao Zhong Oolong Tea / Pouchong (包種茶) from Pinglin District

Bao Zhong Oolong Tea / Pouchong (包種茶) from Pinglin District

Bao Zhong oolong tea grows on the Wenshan Mountains near Taipei in northern Taiwan, in Pingling coun..

Sun Moon Lake Black Tea  / Tea #18 (日月潭紅茶)

Sun Moon Lake Black Tea / Tea #18 (日月潭紅茶)

Premium Taiwan Sun Moon Lake Black Tea (Tea # 18) is rare black (red) tea from Central Taiwan (Yuchi..

Oriental Beauty Oolong Tea / Dongfang Meiren (東方美人茶)

Oriental Beauty Oolong Tea / Dongfang Meiren (東方美人茶)

Oriental Beauty Oolong Tea (Dongfang Meiren or Dong Fang Mei Ren) from Hsinchu County is also known ..

Selection of GABA Teas (3 teas)

Selection of GABA Teas (3 teas)

You heard a lot about healthful features of GABA tea, but never taste them? GABA oolong (Cui Yu or ..

Tie Guan Yin Oolong Tea (鐵觀音)

Tie Guan Yin Oolong Tea (鐵觀音)

Tie Guanyin (Iron Guanyin) is a mainland tea tree from Anxi County, Fujian Province. The place of th..

GABA Oolong / Cui Yu / Tea #13 from Chiayi (翠玉)

GABA Oolong / Cui Yu / Tea #13 from Chiayi (翠玉)

This GABA oolong is semi-oxidized tea from Chiayi County, Taiwan and grows in the foothills of Mount..

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High Mountain Alishan Oolong Tea (高山地阿里山烏龍茶)

High Mountain Alishan Oolong Tea (高山地阿里山烏龍茶)

Mt. Ali Oolong from Ali Shan area is one of the best and the most famous oolong from Taiwan. Alisha..

Sun Moon Lake Black Tea  / Tea #18 (日月潭紅茶)

Sun Moon Lake Black Tea / Tea #18 (日月潭紅茶)

Premium Taiwan Sun Moon Lake Black Tea (Tea # 18) is rare black (red) tea from Central Taiwan (Yuchi..

Oriental Beauty Oolong Tea / Dongfang Meiren (東方美人茶)

Oriental Beauty Oolong Tea / Dongfang Meiren (東方美人茶)

Oriental Beauty Oolong Tea (Dongfang Meiren or Dong Fang Mei Ren) from Hsinchu County is also known ..

Dong Ding Oolong Tea (凍頂)

Dong Ding Oolong Tea (凍頂)

Dong Ding, also spelled Tung-ting, is a premium oolong tea from Taiwan. The name Dong Ding means ..

Bao Zhong Oolong Tea / Pouchong (包種茶) from Pinglin District

Bao Zhong Oolong Tea / Pouchong (包種茶) from Pinglin District

Bao Zhong oolong tea grows on the Wenshan Mountains near Taipei in northern Taiwan, in Pingling coun..

Tie Guan Yin Oolong Tea (鐵觀音)

Tie Guan Yin Oolong Tea (鐵觀音)

Tie Guanyin (Iron Guanyin) is a mainland tea tree from Anxi County, Fujian Province. The place of th..

Red Oolong Tea / Hong wu long from Hsinchu (紅烏龍)

Red Oolong Tea / Hong wu long from Hsinchu (紅烏龍)

This Red Oolong Tea (Hong wu long) is growing in Hsinchu County. Due to high fermentation level 85..

Selection of GABA Teas (3 teas)

Selection of GABA Teas (3 teas)

You heard a lot about healthful features of GABA tea, but never taste them? GABA oolong (Cui Yu or ..

All about Tea from Taiwan

Leaf structure in tea

Leaf structure in tea

The ideal leaf structure for hand-picked tea is 2-3 leaves, a bud and a stem. When tea is harvested by hand, farmers can choose the ideal part of the plant that is most suitable for high-quality brewing, and usually these are the new growth of the tea bush (2-3 leaves, bud and stem).

Hehuan Mountain (Joy Mountain)

Hehuan Mountain (Joy Mountain)

Hehuan Mountain (Héhuān Shān, Joy Mountain) is a mountain 3,416 m high in Central Taiwan. The mountain is part of central mountain range of the island. The peak lies on the borders of the Nantou and Hualien areas and is located in the Taroko National Park.
Did you know? Tea Facts

Did you know? Tea Facts

Tea is the most widely consumed drink in the world, along with water. In America, nearly 80% of households have tea at home. This is the only drink that can be served both hot and cold, anytime, anywhere and for any reason. More than 159 million Americans drink tea daily.
Why do we need to wash tea?

Why do we need to wash tea?

Why are first tea leaves merge from tea? In the dictionary, merge of the first tea leaves is called washing tea. In Chinese, there is the phrase "si cha", which explains as washing, which removes impurities from tea, to fully open the flavor. So why we need to wash tea?
History of Tea in Taiwan

History of Tea in Taiwan

Two wild, indigenous tea subspecies, Taiwan Mountain Tea and Red Sprout Mountain Tea, were discovered in Taiwan as early as the 17th century. However, they had little economic value and were not widely used due to their bitter taste and thin, brittle leaves.

More than 200 years ago, some tea trees from Fujian Province in continental China were delivered to Taiwan. It was the beginning of the tea culture in Taiwan.

Honey in tea

Honey in tea

Tea itself is a wonderful and healthy drink, but sometimes you want to sweeten it, especially if the tea is a little bitter.

Why the Taiwanese Oolong is so expensive?

Why the Taiwanese Oolong is so expensive?

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.

Hungry Ghost Festival (盂蘭節)

Hungry Ghost Festival (盂蘭節)

A tradition in both Daoism and Buddhism, Ghost Month is celebrated during the seventh lunar month in Taiwan, generally falling in August and September. One of the highlights of the Hungry Ghost Month is the Hungry Ghost Festival.
Moon festival (中秋節)

Moon festival (中秋節)

The Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Moon Festival, is a national holiday in Taiwan with the most romantic atmosphere. The holiday takes place during the autumn, when harvest season is over, people thank the gods for the bounty of the year.

How does tea affect?

How does tea affect?

How does different kind of tea (strong, over-brewed, etc) affect to the body.
Taiwan tea regions

Taiwan tea regions

Taiwan has a many regions, where tea is growing. There is the list of them.
Oriental Beauty Tea

Oriental Beauty Tea

Tea Oriental beauty is one of the most famous of produced in Formosa. Tea got its name in the 20th century, when it was tried by Queen Elizabeth. She was so impressed by unusual color and aroma of tea, so she said: "Yes this is the Oriental Beauty!".
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