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Four Season Oolong Tea

Four Season oolong tea, also known as Evergreen Oolong or Si Ji Chun, is a type of Taiwan oolong tea. It is a lightly oxidized tea variety which comes from the Ming Jian village, Nantou, Taiwan. It got the name … Continue reading

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Da Yu Ling oolong tea is a premium-grade Taiwan oolong tea which is grown at an altitude of more than 2,400 meters in Taichung county in central Taiwan. Due to the great condition of the soil and climate, the tea … Continue reading

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Li Shan Oolong Tea

Li Shan oolong tea is a lightly oxidised and tightly rolled Taiwan oolong tea which comes from Li Shan, Pear Mountain in Chinese, with an elevation ranging between 2200-2600 meters above sea level. The high altitude provides an ideal growing … Continue reading

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Dong Fang Mei Ren Oolong Tea

Dong Fang Mei Ren, known as oriental beauty in English, is one of the finest oolongs from Taiwan. It is also commonly known as bai hao oolong (Bai hao means white or silver tips.) due to its unique appearance of … Continue reading

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Jade Mountain Oolong Tea

Jade Mountain oolong tea, also called Yu Shan oolong tea, is one of the top Taiwan oolongs. With the height of 3952 meters, Jade Mountain (Yu Shan) is the highest mountain in Taiwan. The low temperature provides the perfect growing … Continue reading

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Shan Lin Xi Oolong Tea

Shan Lin Xi Oolong Tea is one of the famous Taiwan oolongs. It is from the Shan Lin Xi region in Nantou County of Central Taiwan. The tea is also called Shan Lin Xi High Mountain Oolong as the tea … Continue reading

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Alishan Oolong Tea

Alishan oolong tea is one of the best Taiwan oolongs. As its name suggests, it is grown on Ali Mountain of Jianyi County, Taiwan. The tea is grown at 1100m to 2300m above sea level. High mountain conditions with low … Continue reading

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Pouchong Oolong Tea

Pouchong, also known as Baozhong or Qing Cha, is a lightly oxidized oolong tea which undergoes a low oxidation and withering process – just 8-18%. Originally, it was produced in Pinglin, Taiwan. Unlike other ball-like oolong teas, Pouchong tea is … Continue reading

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Dong Ding Oolong

Dong Ding Oolong, also known as Tung Ting Oolong, is one of the most famous and finest Formosa Oolong. Dong Ding is the mane of a mountain in the center of Taiwan. It is said that the first plants of … Continue reading

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Taiwan Oolong Tea

Taiwan oolong tea, also called Formosa oolong tea (Formosa means beautiful island in Portuguese), refers to the oolong tea which is grown and produced in Taiwan. The history of oolong tea cultivation in Taiwan can date back to the 19th … Continue reading

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