Taiwan has one of the most ideal climates and geography for growing tea in the world. With high mountain ranges, abundant sunshine, and loads of precipitation, this small country has become a big player in the world of tea. Taiwan inherited much of their tea expertise from Chinese immigrants when Taiwan was annexed into China in 1683. The focus changed from producing black to green tea depending on who was occupying the country up until 1970’s, since then efforts have focused and succeeded on developing world-class oolong. As a mere fledgling in the tea trade industry, Taiwan’s small harvests create quality teas to entice even the most selective tea enthusiast.
Loose leaf tea is sold by the ounce. If you want more than one ounce, simply increase the number.