Teas of Taiwan (Formosa) From around the world

The first known record of tea grown in Taiwan dates to 1717 from within the old Province of Shi Sha Lien. It is believed that tea bushes were brought from the Fujian Province of Eastern China during the C18th and planted out on the hills of Formosa. Tea increased as an export for Taiwan and still ranks as one of the highest exports for the country. Formosa is famed for it’s Oolong and Pouchong production – the varieties of Oolong on offer are endless and delightful in character. Respect must be given to the dedication attributed to making such great teas.

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This tea is very carefully manufactured by hand so as not to damnage any part of the leaf. The re..
This tea has dark green tightly rolled leaves. It produces a brownish yellow liquor, and has a wa..
From Nantou County (the only landlocked county in Taiwan), comes this fantastic partially oxidise..
Milk Oolong is produced in both China and Taiwan. This is the latter and has been produced in the..
  A well made brown leaf in this typical of Taiwanese manufacture. The tea is produced w..
Produced in Nantou Province in Taiwan, at a relatively low elevation. This tea is darker then mos..
  From the hills of Formosa (Taiwan), comes this spectacular tea. The leaf is large and ..
  Large brown Oolong leaf with Orange peel. The liquor is deep red with a distinctive ci..
  From Taiwan (Formosa). The leaf is large, bold and dark green. The liquor is bright an..
This Oolong tea has a large black leaf, resulting in a bright brown liquor. the flavour draws fro..
  Taiwanese black leaf with a full smokey character. Brew with freshly drawn boiled ..
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