Tea for Me Please, Eco-Cha's Guest Post: Taiwan Mountain Tea - The Indigenous Plant
Andy wrote a very interesting piece on the indigenous tea plant in Taiwan. We've shared it first with our friends at Tea for Me Please, head over there to have a read about a 100 year old tea tree in central Taiwan!
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Here's a list of the top 10 teas that Taiwan is most famous for, followed by a brief description of each one. The word Oolong refers to any type of partially oxidized tea i.e. from 5% to 85% oxidation. It also refers to specific processing methods that clearly distinguish it from Green and Black Tea types.