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Pinglin is the birthplace of Pouchong. Due to the high mountains, the fertile soil and the cool, damp climate, the tea bushes of the Qingxin cultivar develop their aroma particularly well here. The producer of this beautiful tea, Mr....
Hand-picked tea material of the Jin Xuan Cultivar. In close cooperation with the Taiwan Tea Research Center this new style of Gaba Oolong was developed. The focus is on the aroma, which is especially developed by the cultivation in the...
A complex, clear Oolong with a top class floral character. The leaf material, obtained from the Qing Xin Cultivar, comes from a beautifully situated tea garden in Shan Lin Xi, which means ‚Fir Forest Stream‘. The area is characterised by...
A typical Taiwanese Oolong of exceptionally fine quality. The garden is picturesquely situated on the slopes of the Bai Shan mountain. The farmers have been cultivating mixed vegetation around the garden for years, which has a positive...
Once a farmer set out for Taipei City. He had tea leaves with him that were 'bitten' by a cicada (Jacobiasca formosana). Contrary to the belief of his village community, he was able to sell the tea at very high prices. They called him...
Jade Dong Ding belongs to the most original teas of Taiwan. The plants growing on the slopes of the Dong Ding mountain (frozen peak) historically come from the Wuyi mountains of China and find ideal climatic conditions here.
In the past, local teahouses wrapped their teas in paper for distribution. By coincidence, an important step in the production of Pouchong developed from this, which gave it its name. Pouchong is derived from the term Bao Zhong and means...