Taiwan Dong Ding Oolong Tea Country | Eco-Cha Teas
April 07, 2022
Singular Batch Traditional Oolong Tea | Labor Of Love Oolong
October 25, 2019
This very small fall harvest of naturally cultivated Oolong leaves was painstakingly processed by a father and son team who are top representatives of their local tea industry. The most inspiring fact is that the son is wholeheartedly inheriting his family's tradition, and this small batch of tea is testimony to that.
The name "Hong Shui (Red Water) Oolong" has been a buzzword in Oolong circles in recent years. But the tea makers who have inherited their local tradition say that this is simply a new name for tea processed like their grandfathers taught them. It used to just be called "Oolong Tea"!
Taiwan Tea Picking Competition
August 28, 2018
Lugu's Youth Brew Tea For International 4H Event
December 28, 2016
Lugu's 4H Project recently hosted around 70 international 4H members for their 2nd Annual Asia Network Board Meeting. This year the Lugu Elementary School, in cooperation with National Taiwan University Tea Research Center prepared a select group of students to brew tea for the guests. These students have been practicing their tea brewing etiquette along with English poetry recitals and conversation since last spring.
3 Teas That Blew Our Mind from the Eco-Cha Tea Club
December 15, 2016
The Stories Behind Some Of Our Favorite Oolongs
February 08, 2015
An Extensive Winter Tea Shopping Spree
December 20, 2014
Pei Ketron Visits Us In Dong Ding Oolong Country
August 14, 2014 1 Comment
We recently spent the day with Pei Ketron ( @pketron ) - a freelance photographer from the U.S.A. who has family in Taipei.
The view above is from the vista point that our local friend and tea artisan took us up to overlooking Qilin Lake (麒麟潭) and Phoenix Village (鳳凰村)