Spring 2022 Looking Good for Taiwan Tea!
March 24, 2022
Reservoir levels in northern and central Taiwan are all almost at full capacity now. This shows Taiwan has had sufficient rainfall, along with traditionally low temperatures through the winter, unlike last year when there was a drought. This all bodes very well for the upcoming spring tea harvest!
Li Shan High Mountain Oolong Fall 2020
August 25, 2020
The fall harvest of high elevation farms is somewhat of a well kept secret in terms of the value for the money. Like all High Mountain Oolong growing regions, the local market price is more than a third cheaper than spring and winter harvests. But the fact remains that the difference in these harvests in only a few months apart! Different growing seasons have clearly noticeable influences on the constitution of the new leaf growth, and as a result — of the character of tea that is made from them. However, while the differences are notably significant, they are not at all drastic!
Taiwan's High Mountain Tea Affected By Climate Change?
April 18, 2015
Highly unusual weather conditions during this year's spring tea growing season have resulted in considerable damage to the produce.