Actually, I heard about this tea by Ben. Apparently someone who just came back from Taiwan left 2 boxes of this nice Oolong downstairs, on the 6th Floor for everyone to enjoy. (New Tang Dynasty Television’s Staff)
Just to give you a background, most of the staff here is from Chinese/Taiwanese origin, so drinking tea is more common than usual “coffee breaks”. “New York is home to a more coffee-focused population” (WSJ)
Hey, by the way…if you haven’t switched yet…it’s about time. Also check Ben’s video on How to Brew Taiwanese High Mountain Tea.
I found this Tea Test online….it’s a lot of fun…check it out.
I wanted to write more about tea in general on this post. But I guess I will share my research with you guys on the next posts.
Where can you buy this tea?
It’s pretty hard to get this tea on a tea website. I got mine through a friend traveling to Taiwan. But if you are interested a friend of mine can import some. I am myself looking for options to get some Alishan Oolong whenever I feel like it. Sorry for the late reply by the way. I will have a post about Alishan Oolong very soon. Planning to update more often too. Thanks for reading!