About tea
  • Fast&Proper Tea Brewing
    Fast And Proper Method of Brewing TeaAll you need is EasyPot and a few minutes.1. Put the tea into top part of EasyPot(don't forget to rinse the EasyPot with hot water). Tea leaf should occupy 1/5 of the EasyPot for teas twisted into beads and 1/2 for plain tea leaf.2. Pour the water into EasyPot, water temperature should be around 90 - 95 degrees Celsius.    3. Wait for a minute...4. Tea is ready! You can brew the tea 5 times and moreWith EasyPot you could make tea anywhere at any time without any hassle.EasyPot is suitable to brew any kind of leaf…

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  • 7 Reasons to Buy Tea
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    1. All our tea is hand picked.2. We send tea directly from Taiwan because straight line is the shortest distance. You get the most fresh tea!3. All tea in our online store is certified by SGS.4. Our online strore has only the best and truly elite tea.5. We pay a lot of attention to selection of each tea batch. We do not pursue large range of goods and thus each tea in our collection is truly unique.6. Our tea is stored in airtight packages and is packed by hand just once before the delivery.7. We pack our tea with care…

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  • How to Choose Tea
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    You are beginner? Still have no favorite tea? Try oolong tea Four seasons or Milk Oolong. These teas are unpretentious, easy to brew and will let you base knowledge on good taste of oolong teas. If you prefer woody, grassy smell and enveloping taste, try Puer Toucha as it presents classic taste of Puer teas.You've already tried oolong tea and have basic knowledge on tea? Then Taiwanese oolong Tieguanyin with smell and taste of fresh fruits with soothing and warming effect is right for you. As well as Baozhong oolong tea with its delicate floral aroma and taste, which perfectly…

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  • About Tea
    Here we will tell you about the Taiwanese teas: how and when they have appeared, what distinguishes them from each other and from the green and oolong teas grown in China.In Taiwan people began to grow tea about 300 years ago. Taiwanese teas were not like their Chinese "ancestors", in fact they became recognizable, independent tea sorts with splendid aroma and taste. Due to favorable climatic conditions in Taiwan and the particular cultural environment Taiwanese teas have deserved a status of quality standard all over the world, including China.BaoZhong The first tea grown in Taiwan, was called BaoZhong. It was grown…

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