Eco-Cha Tea Tasting At Google
We visited Google in San Francisco last week for an informal tea tasting with the staff in their Conscious Café. Eco-Cha teas have been served to the Google team in San Francisco since last year.
We did two rounds of tastings for the staff. The first was four types of unroasted Taiwanese Oolongs that varied in cultivar, region, and elevation. The second round consisted of a light roast Concubine Oolong, a heavy roast Dong Ding Oolong, an organicGABA tea, and a high elevation Black Tea. It was perfect day for a stroll along the Embarcadero in front of the Google in SF. Here is the view of the bay bridge and Alcatraz looking out over the bay.
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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.