Taiwan Alishan High Mountain Tea is characterised by fermented tea due to the alpine climate, which the coldness and short average sunshine hours make the bitter components of Catechins inside the bud leaves decrease, yet Theanine and Soluble Nitrogen (contributing to the sweet taste) increase. They are why the good leaves’ colour of Alishan is fresh and lively, along with its smooth and particular taste (the tea fragrance remains long and strong inside the mouth), and the level of brewing times is relatively high. All of our tea leaves are Hand-harvested only and strictly require One bud Two leaves, which are the conditions for the Premium Oolong tea.
Company Information↓↓Our Plantation↓↓
↓↓Our Factory in Nantou, Taiwan↓↓
The tea plantation and factory have been inherited for four generations since 1963, we sold from only the tea flush (bud) to a variety of tea leaves as a wholesale.
In order to understand the customers’ demands, we are dedicated to non-stop innovation and improvement, and have built the customer loyalty, encouragement and good reputation, which are the driving forces behind the establishment of our existence and confidence.
The tea plantation area of China is four times the size of Taiwan, but the quality is not as good as Taiwan tea. Professionals pointed out that China belongs to a continental climate with less water content in the air, which leads tea leaves to lose their vitality within a short period of time. On the contrary, Taiwan belongs to a maritime climate, tea leaves can still retain the original flavour even after withered away.
Taiwan Oolong Tea is an island and semi-fermented tea, it’s famous and valuable by the smooth and extraordinary taste and smell which are between black tea and green tea: pure, sweet, and refreshing, additionally, with the favour of natural fruit. They are the most obvious characteristic of oolong tea compared with other tea varieties.
Packaging & Shipping
Packaging: Pyramid tea bags/Bags/Packs/Vacuum packaging/Nitrogen packaging/Cans/Boxes...etc.
Delivery Term: EXW/FOB/DDU...etc.