Tea, an important part of Taiwanese culture
We have selected thirteen different types of organic tea from tea plantations all over Taiwan, including Pinglin, Alishan, Lishan, and Nantou. The tea is specially brewed, using teapots made at Taiwan’s famousXiaofang Kiln. As you savor the tea, you are also savoring the earth, wind, water and sunshine of this beautiful island.
Selected tea meals prepared by Mountain and Sea House.
Selected four different types of organic tea leaves are brewed by the water from the Jukaku hot spring in Japan. Jukaku hot spring water that is a smaller- molecule liquid with soft quality that can more easily penetrate the tea leaves for richer tastes of Taiwanese's natural environment. No matter whether it's cold brew, hot brew, or bubble-water brewing, guests can enjoy the natural taste of native Taiwanese tea.
Lishan Organic Oolong Tea with Bubble Water
The first cup is based on organic pear tea. It is selected from the highest organic tea plantation in Taiwan, and adopts gradual light culture method to retain the original tea flavor of high mountain tea. A 12-hour cold soak in Japan's Shouga Natural Spring Water, which brings out the natural fruity aroma of tea, and then adds the longan honey and bubble water.
Organic Dongding Oolong Tea (Hot Tea)
Located at the water source area in Hengshan, it was the first Oolong growing zone, it is baked in accordance with the ancient method, which enhances the delicate aroma of the tea leaves. It is also famous for its red-rimmed green leaves and its fire-flavor. Dihua Street in the 1930s had many well-known tea shops. At that time, the streets on both sides were planted with osmanthus flowers. Therefore, when the tea was made, the osmanthus flowers were kneaded in and it became popular. When drinking, there is a hint of sweet-scented osmanthus at the bottom of the cup. When rushed down, it brings out the scent of osmanthus, which seems to have returned to the past. Suitable for greasy removal with meat.
Organic Oriental Beauty Tea (Cold Brew Tea)
A 12-hour cold soak in Japan's Shouga Natural Spring Water with Organic Oriental Beauty Tea. It is suitable for seafood to enhance the freshness of it.
It is said that Queen Victoria of England praised it highly in the 19th century. When brewing the tea, there seems to be beauty dancing over the pot. As it is grown in Orient (Taiwan)--"Formosa" the Queen named it Oriental beauty.
Taiwan Tea No. 18 Black Tea (Cold Brew Tea)
The Black Jade Taiwan Tea No. 18 is a hybrid of original Taiwan mountain tea and Burmese big-leaf black tea. The tea is made from hand-picked one-tip two-leaf tealeaves. When brewing, it has a light mint and cinnamon aroma. After the cold-blooded red jade tea plus the golden jujube sauce, the unique aroma of this tea is intertwined with the taste of the dessert.
NT$ 680/4 cups (not only sold)