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Introducing Eco-Cha Artisan Teas

August 27, 2013 2 Comments

We are proud and delighted to bring you Eco-Cha!

Eco-Cha is the culmination of a shared dedication to Taiwan tea. Our initial connection was established 20 years ago in the Dong Ding Oolong Tea region of Nantou County. We have since traveled across borders and cultures, representing the unique culture of Taiwan Tea.

Have a look around the site, and please visit us on Facebook and Twitter. Sign up for our mailing list as well for a launch month discount.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/ecochateas

Twitter: @ecochateas

We hope you like what you read and most of all - enjoy the tea!

Please get in touch anytime, we would love to hear from you,

In Tea,

The Eco-Cha Team





2 Responses

Eco-Cha
Eco-Cha

August 27, 2013

Thanks so much Jerry! We are very happy to have the opportunity to share Taiwan’s beautiful tea culture and tea with everybody.

Jerry
Jerry

August 27, 2013

幹杯!祝你成功。Cheers! Wish you success.

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