A few weeks ago we came across something fantastic that we knew we had to offer to our customers as part of the upcoming Dragon Boat Festival. The Dragon Boat Festival (端午節) is an ancient traditional Chinese holiday celebrated by many Chinese communities around the world and is epitomized by the racing of long boats in the shape of dragons and the eating of sticky-rice dumplings. It's celebrated on the fifth day of the fifth month of the lunar calendar. This year, it falls on June 18th.
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Freshly picked early spring Bi Luo Chun Tea is here! We added Bi Luo Chun Green Tea to our menu just last September and it has gotten a great response. So we planned ahead this year, and took a trip up northern Taiwan to visit the farms and factory as soon as the spring harvest season began to get more.
Batch #52 of the Eco-Cha Tea Club brings us back to our roots of local tea culture— since our introduction to Taiwanese tea began in Lugu, way back in 1993! Both the source of this tea and its flavor profile invoke those memories of our early days here in Taiwan.
What does oolong tea taste like? With this fun and interactive tool you'll scroll through tea types to see tasting notes, region, roast levels, and where your tea falls on the scale from fresh and light, to rich, roasted, and mellow.