Limited Edition Tea Series | Eco-Cha Teas
September 08, 2022
We proudly announce our Limited Edition series of Eco-Cha Teas! This exclusive selection is comprised of teas that are both top quality and limited in supply. Some are teas that we've offered previously and some are new additions to our in-store menu. All of them represent Taiwan's tea culture and world class professionalism.
Tie Guan Yin Oolong Winter 2021 | Eco-Cha Teas
February 21, 2022
Top 3 Taiwan Tea Hybrid Cultivars | Eco-Cha Teas
December 09, 2021
Top-4 Taiwan High Mountain Tea Regions
October 07, 2021
Eco-Farmed High Mountain Oolong | Summer 2021 Harvest
August 03, 2021
We have become close friends, and this is a unique connection in our 25 years of involvement with tea producers in the local Taiwan tea industry. This farm is a rare resource, given its environment and micro-climate. The owners have faced many challenges and only in the last few years have developed their organic farming to a stable situation. Now, with some support and guidance, we believe they will soon be producing some of the best organic tea in Taiwan!
Presenting at Taiwan's Organic Tea Forum 2020
November 12, 2020 5 Comments
Red Jade Black Tea Upgrade
August 18, 2020
Red Jade Black Tea: Taiwan's Black Tea Specialty
April 04, 2019
Red Oolong Tea: Gem Of Taiwan's Southeast Coast
February 23, 2018
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, where the sky reminds a North American of the northern west coast, is no wonder why it is rapidly gaining popularity on the international market. Once again, Taiwan leads the way in Oolong Tea innovation!
Organic Heavy Roast Oolong: An Eclectic Tea Making Process
March 22, 2017
This batch of tea was harvested in 2012 and only reached completion of its curing process in 2016. This artisan has taken tea making to another level. These processing and curing methods are unique in that they are an integration of traditional and modern tea making methods that produce a character of tea reminiscent of Muzha Tieguanyin from Northern Taiwan. It is not comparable however, given that the tea types used and the processing methods are quite different. It is simply the character and flavor notes that are experienced in brewing a pot of these tea leaves that bring a traditional Taiwanese Tieguanyin Oolong to mind.
Rebirth Of An Organic Tea Farm
January 13, 2017 1 Comment
This farm is now moving into its third year of a newly planted crop, and is just beginning to yield a harvest. Rocky has a lot of work ahead of him, but we are all confident that this new generation with a new scientific approach to farming as well as a small but growing network of farmers to share experience with, that he will succeed in his efforts. I will be sure to keep in closer contact with Rocky and hopefully Eco-Cha will have a chance to share the tea from this farm that was brought back to life!
Eco-Cha's INDIEGOGO Campaign Documentary Film Release!
July 20, 2015
We can now present you with a short film that not only documents the organic certification of Mr. Lin's newly established tea farm and our cooperation with him, but also provides an overview of tea production in Taiwan, and an explanation of why this is a prototypical case of sustainability in the local industry.