Organic Black Tea
Certified Organically Grown Black Tea from Taiwan Nantou, Vegetarian Available
The tea is from our organic tea farm. Located in Nantou, Taiwan, where is foggy at night and dawn, the soil is fertile and lively, also, there is full of living creatures and plants inhabit the farm. It is a truly amazing place for cultivating the premium organic tea plants.
Theses shoot leaves of tea plants are picked by hand, then follow the fully-fermented process in organic tea factory, without any of the additives. Thus, the color of the tea is bright. The taste is mellow and mild, also gives a sweet in aftertaste.
Organic Black Tea Leaves
Tea is a part of Chinese culture. Chinese has a longest tea history in the world. 16th century, during the Ming Dynasty, black tea garden already grew on the Mt. Wuyi in Fujian province. We called these teas were origin of black tea. In ancient China, they already catalogue teas in to 6 types. Black Tea is one of it and in Chinese they called “Red Tea” due to the tea color is red, for western called “Black Tea” due to the tea leaves are in black. Today, black tea is the mainstream and about 80% of total tea market. From time to time, Black Tea producing process is also getting more and more complicated. Growing, Picking, Withering, Rolling, Fermentation, Firing, each procedure need takes a lot of time and effort. O Health Organic Black Tea has grew in Taiwan Nantou. The weather there is foggy where is the tea favorable place with moisture air. And the soil is fertile and lively, mountains land forms with fulfilled mountain streams. There is a best place to plant and grow tea trees organically. The tea garden is friendly with lively creatures and animal inhabit the farm. These shoot leaves of tea are picked by hands, then follow the light- fermented process in organic tea factory.
- Net Weight: 75g x 2/unit ; 12unit/carton
- Shelf Life: 2 Year
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"O' Health Organic Tea" is made from premium Taiwanese organic tea, which only harvest once a year in the end of April. The farm is strictly follow the organic agriculture standard. No using of the pesticide, chemical fertilizer and any of the artificial compound. After the professional roasting process, the taste of the tea is refreshing and mellow; also, the aftertaste is sweet, just like a cup of fresh tea!
The tea is from our organic tea farm. Located in Nantou, Taiwan, where is foggy at night and dawn, the soil is fertile and lively, also, there is full of living creatures and plants inhabit the farm. It is a truly amazing place for cultivating the premium organic tea plants.Theses shoot leaves of tea plants are picked by hand, then follow the light-fermented process in organic tea factory. Thus, the color of the tea is golden and bright. The taste is mellow and mild, also gives a sweet in aftertaste.
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