In Taiwan, the vast majority of people drink tea; hence, tea is not only just a drink, but it also plays an important part in our culture. With the reputation of being a tea empire, there are many varieties of tea available on the market throughout Taiwan, such as High Mountain Tea, Oolong Tea, etc. In the midst of journey, tourists can practically enjoy all kinds of tea drinks.
The tea is usually harvested once in the springtime and during autumn or winter when the tea plants grow new buds. As winter sets in, now it is the optimal time to enjoy the winter tea. Speaking of the best winter time in Taiwan, Lishan oolong tea surpasses excellence. The tea plantations of Lishan (Pear Mountain) are the highest tea plantations on the island, and the locally produced oolong tea is renowned for its superior quality with a very long-lasting sweet aftertaste, invigorating fragrance and jade green colored tea water.
Source from TTNews