Taste our Taiwan Rose collectionLi Shan Taiwan Rose Jin Xuan Milk Oolong
Taste our Taiwan Rose collectionLi Shan Taiwan Rose Oolong
- Li Shan Taiwan Rose Oolong and Li Shan Taiwan Rose Jin Xuan Milk Oolong are available in our shop.
- Honey GABA Oolong / Cui Yu / Tea #13 is available in our shop.
- Light Charcoal Roasted Jin Xuan Milk Oolong Tea is available in our shop.
- Rare Li Shan Hongyun Roast Black Tea #21 (梨山紅韻紅茶) / Red Rhythm Tea is available in our shop.
- Peach Flavor White Tea Oolong from Li Shan Hwa Guan / Hua Guan 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.
Li Shan Taiwan Rose Oolong is the combination of Fu Shou Shan Oolong (Heaven Pool Oolong) with Taiwa..
Li Shan Taiwan Rose Jin Xuan Milk oolong is the combination of Jin Xuan Milk oolong tea with Taiwan ..
Dayuling (Da Yu Ling) Spring Oolong tea is a top-grade oolong tea from the plantation at 88 km in Da..
This is Rare Honey GABA Oolong (Cui Yu / Tea #13) from Mei Shan Mountain in Chiayi County which grow..
Longquan (Long Quan) black tea is classic black tea with more delicate and elegance taste compare w..
This light Charcoal Roasted Jin Xuan milk oolong comes from Ali Mountain Area. Alishan (Ali Shan) m..
Li Shan Hongyun (Red Rhythm) roast black tea #21 is a rare black tea, which comes from the Li Shan a..
This is Premium Zhu Lu (Pearl tea) high mountain oolong comes from Ali Mountain Area, from Shihjhuo ..
This is Four Season Spring Oolong from Lala mountain in Fusing town, Taoyuan county. This tea is ..
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All about Tea from Taiwan
Tea experts know, that tea taste depends on different factors, including tea ware, temperature of brewing water and brewing time. How to brew tea properly in order to fully enjoy tea taste?
10th of October is Taiwan’s National Day, also known as Double 10 Day.
The 10th of October or «Double Tenth Day» is a main national holiday in Taiwan. This day is considered the foundation day of the first Republic of China.
10 (ten) is written as 十, and this gives this sign to the holiday.
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.
Sometimes when brewing tea, you can notice small oily spots floating on the surface of the brewed tea. This can happen when brewing tea which has been roasted, for example, in a large pan or wok.
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.
How Taiwanese people brew aged tea to get dark brew and get more taste. Recipe from our tea boss.
Sometimes we get questions from our customers why Taiwanese milk oolong is not as “milky” as the tea they used to buy.
To answer this question, let's consider the technologies by which milk oolong can be produced in the order of "legitimacy" to be called true milk oolong.