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!
Taiwan Green Tea Sourcing Trip
March 17, 2021
Red Jade Black Tea: Taiwan's Black Tea Specialty
April 04, 2019
Summer Harvest Of High Mountain Tea: The Sustainable Choice
July 29, 2016 2 Comments
We are happy to announce the arrival of this year's summer harvest of Shan Lin Xi High Mountain Oolong. Only since last year have we begun to offer the summer harvest from this source of high mountain tea, and we did so for a few specific reasons. First of all, it's considerably cheaper than spring and winter harvests, and while there is a noticeable difference in quality and character, it's still a fine high mountain tea. And for the price, it's a great deal!
Update On Lin's Cabin Renovation
May 04, 2015
The Stories Behind Some Of Our Favorite Oolongs
February 08, 2015
An Extensive Winter Tea Shopping Spree
December 20, 2014
Packaging Up The Inaugural Harvest: Organic Oolong Tea
December 09, 2014
Inaugural Harvest Tasting Notes
December 05, 2014
Inaugural Organic Harvest: Oolong Tea Roasting Process - The Final Chapter!
November 29, 2014
An Inspirational Tea Farmer
July 30, 2014
Dragon Boat Concubine
June 26, 2014
June 2nd was the fifth day of the fifth month in the lunar calendar - Dragon Boat Festival - a national holiday here in Taiwan. I rode up to tea country and visited my friend and Dong Ding Oolong artisan who invited me to come and eat “zhongzi”.This story was originally posted on the T Ching tea blog site.