Yuchi Spring Assam #8 Black Tea

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Assamica tea bushes from India were introduced in Taiwan during the Japanese occupation in 1926.

They have been successfully grown in the area of ​​Sun Moon Lake and Yuchi City. Large areas of primary forests were cleared for tea cultivation – this action opened a new chapter in the history of Taiwanese tea. The stage in which black tea began to gain importance – at that time it was produced mainly for export.

Today, in the Yuchi area, you can find old Assam trees planted almost 100 years ago. They are quite tall, have large, fleshy leaves, and their branches are really thick (please look at the last photo)

The tea on offer comes from an awarded garden and was harvested during early spring.

Fullbodied and multilayered black tea! You will find here notes of malt, honey, herbs and hint of menthol and orange peel.

Origin: 800 m. above sea level, Yuchi Township, Nantou county, Taiwan,

Harvest: March 2021

Cultivar/Tree Variety: Assam / TTES.8

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