We are excited to present our designer gift sets that offer a selection of quality unroasted and roasted Oolongs, as well as Alishan High Mountain Black Tea. These fine teas come in paper caddies and are elegantly presented in our laser engraved wood boxes.
A pictorial booklet with information about the source of these Taiwanese specialty teas is included. The booklet is neatly inserted into the dividers between the caddies. The box can be reused to store more of your favorite teas or anything else you like. The lid glides on and off smoothly and seals shut with the help of embedded magnets. This sturdy, matte-black box is appealing in both its look and feel.
Taiwan’s Oolong Tea production methods are renowned for being some of the best in the world. There are a lot of steps in making Oolong Tea and each affects the taste of the final product. Here, we provide an overview of what goes into making a great loose leaf Taiwanese Oolong Tea.
Batch #38 of the Eco-Cha Tea Club is kicking off 2019 with a cutting edge rendition of Taiwanese High Mountain Oolong Tea. We're inspired to share this batch of tea because of its differentiating value from the conventional market grade High Mountain Tea that has become well known in Taiwan and beyond.
Long Feng Xia (龍鳳峽) or Dragon Phoenix Gorge is a deep river valley on the south side of the Shan Lin Xi High Mountain Tea growing region. Long Feng Xia is also the place name of the ridge overlooking this gorge, and is well known in Taiwan as the source of some of the best quality Shan Lin Xi High Mountain Oolong Tea.