We've got a guest post up on TChing, a fantastic tea blog, community, and resource for excellent tea information.
Visit TChing to check out Andy's post entitled "What is artisan about artisan tea?"
This is a discussion on big tea vs small tea and traditional tea making methods compared to newer large scale manufacturing. Andy discussed these issues with an old friend and tea farmer from Dong Ding Mountain.
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Red Oolong offers a smooth, balanced, mildly sweet, rich but not quite bold flavor profile, with elements of fruit compote, pumpkin pie, and a hint of dried flowers. This ultra-friendly character, combined with the fact that almost all Red Oolong is cultivated naturally on the southeast coast of Taiwan, facing the wide open Pacific, which reminds a North American of Washington State or British Columbia, is no wonder why it is rapidly gaining popularity on the international market. Once again, Taiwan leads the way in Oolong Tea innovation!