Cloud Nine Teas announces a new range of artisanal, organic oolong teas sourced straight from the mountains of central Taiwan.
Fans of Tieguanyin as well as more delicate oolong will be very happy indeed with these organic oolong teas. What’s more, we’ve sourced them from one of the best high-altitude farms in Taiwan’s Nantou county. Xinyi village, to be precise. The air up there is fresh, there are lots of clouds and lots of moisture in the air.
The water for the tea farm comes direct from Yu Shan (Jade Mountain), Taiwan’s highest peak at 3,952 metres. For comparison’s sake, that’s a little bit higher than Japan’s venerable Mount Fuji, which stands at 3,776 m.
The conditions at Xinyi we’ve just described all mean that the farmers have little need to use pesticides in their cultivation of the tea plants—and the good news is that they don’t.
When Can I Get These Organic Oolong Teas?
Right now! They’re in store and ready to fly off the shelves and into your collection of health-enhancing premium teas.