• Formosa Ecology Tea | Ali Mountain Tea

    A strictly selected fine Taiwan tea collection, its leaves are fully grown before harvest and processed by professional roasting masters. With each drink, the fragrance gradually rises followed by an endless aftertaste. Each tea type has an endangered animal on the packaging so that when we drink tea, we can also know these beautiful animals, most of which are endemic species in Taiwan.

    Ali Mountain Tea - Gem-Faced Civet

    Known as high mountain tea, this partially fermented oolong tea has the most superior quality. The high mountains are cool and surrounded by clouds and mist all year long, thus the cultivation of a special aroma of "mountain air". It is similar to the Formosan gem-faced civet which sometimes gives out an unique aroma when nervous.

  • Formosa Ecology Tea | Li Shan Mountain Tea

    A strictly selected fine Taiwan tea collection, its leaves are fully grown before harvest and processed by professional roasting masters. With each drink, the fragrance gradually rises followed by an endless aftertaste. Each tea type has an endangered animal on the packaging so that when we drink tea, we can also know these beautiful animals, most of which are endemic species in Taiwan.

    Li Shan Mountain Tea - Black Bear

    Formosan black bears are as rare as high altitude teas. Its tea soup is clear with a flavor of varying levels of freshness, as though embraced by a thin mist at the mountain top with coolness and freshness surrounding the valley and creek, like a Formosan black bear moving casually between mountains and gorges.

  • Formosa Ecology Tea | Dung-Ding Oolong Tea

    A strictly selected fine Taiwan tea collection, its leaves are fully grown before harvest and processed by professional roasting masters. With each drink, the fragrance gradually rises followed by an endless aftertaste. Each tea type has an endangered animal on the packaging so that when we drink tea, we can also know these beautiful animals, most of which are endemic species in Taiwan.

    Dung-Ding Oolong Tea - Rhacophorus Taipeianus

    The foundation of Taiwan oolong. It uses one-tip-two-leaf Chin-Shin oolong harvested according to environmental conditions, season and degree of roasting to establish different scents and leveled textures. Taipei green tree frog, an endemic species in Taiwan, can alter its body color with environmental conditions.

  • Formosa Ecology Tea | Wen Shan Pouchong Tea

    A strictly selected fine Taiwan tea collection, its leaves are fully grown before harvest and processed by professional roasting masters. With each drink, the fragrance gradually rises followed by an endless aftertaste. Each tea type has an endangered animal on the packaging so that when we drink tea, we can also know these beautiful animals, most of which are endemic species in Taiwan.

    Wen Shan Pouchong Tea - Swinhoe's pheasant

    Wen Shan pouchung tea is mildly fermented, and has a delicate aroma and honey green color. It is fastidious about its light fragrance and long lasting aftertaste which is as a Swinhoe's pheasant leaping gracefully among trees, with its sereneness radiating softness and elegance.

  • Formosa Ecology Tea | Light Oolong

    A strictly selected fine Taiwan tea collection, its leaves are fully grown before harvest and processed by professional roasting masters. With each drink, the fragrance gradually rises followed by an endless aftertaste. Each tea type has an endangered animal on the packaging so that when we drink tea, we can also know these beautiful animals, most of which are endemic species in Taiwan.

    Light Oolong - Rock Monkey

    The fragrance of oolong is often described as light in Taiwan. Made from Taiwan's high quality Chin-Shin oolong, it is a mildly fermented tea with strong texture and ebullient aroma. Its rich fragrance is sweet as fruit and flavor is colorful with an aftertaste as ebullient as a Formosan rock-monkey adored by all.

  • Formosa Ecology Tea | Oriental Beauty Tea

    A strictly selected fine Taiwan tea collection, its leaves are fully grown before harvest and processed by professional roasting masters. With each drink, the fragrance gradually rises followed by an endless aftertaste. Each tea type has an endangered animal on the packaging so that when we drink tea, we can also know these beautiful animals, most of which are endemic species in Taiwan.

    Oriental Beauty Tea - Sika Deer

    Exclusive in Taiwan, Oriental Beauty Tea is also referred to as White Tipped Oolong and Pon Fon Tea. Its color complexity is as the spots on a beautiful Formosan sika deer. The tea soup has an amber-like red color, enchanting fruity sand honey-like scent, and rich and mellow texture, making it the most beautiful type of tea in the opinions of gluttons.