Archive for 2022

  • The 24 Solar Terms - Autumn

    The 24 solar terms are a useful and enduring reference for farmers, letting them know when to prepare for planting and harvesting, as well as predicting weather patterns and climate conditions.Read More

    09/28/2022 0
  • Storing and Reusing Tea

    Proper storage is essential for keeping tea fresh. Depending on the type of tea, it may be best to avoid light, heat and humidity.Read More

    08/21/2022 0
  • Major Heat and Refreshing Tea

    Da Shu (Major Heat) is the time of year with the longest days, highest average temperature, and greatest rainfall. Read on to find out how this affects tea production in Taiwan. Read More

    07/23/2022 0
  • Dong Ding Mi Xiang Oolong Tea

    Dong Ding Mi Xiang oolong tea is from Taiwan's Nantou County. It is an organic tea with a naturally occurring sweet honey flavor.Read More

    07/10/2022 0
  • Dragon Boat Festival

    Dragon Boat Festival is celebrated on the fifth day of the fifth month in Taiwan's traditional lunar calendar.Read More

    05/27/2022 0
  • Dong Pian Sweet Winter Tea

    Dong Pian Winter Tea is a unique tea that requires special weather conditions.Read More

    05/09/2022 0

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