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Taihoku Tea Company

The Clouded
Leopard Returns

With our 25 year old aged oolong tea, we're supporting a magnificent effort by local zoologists, in partnership with indigenous tribes of Taiwan, to reintroduce the Clouded Leopard into its natural habitat.

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25 Year Aged Heritage Tea

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There are no words to describe how lucky were to obtain this tea. It is truly one for the ages. Preserved well, and if you can resist temptation, this tea can be passed on to younger generations with the knowledge that it in 50 years time, and as time passes, it only gets better.

Testimonials

"I am from India. I never imagined substituting our Indian teas for anything else. But I like to experiment. I bought a small bag of Ruby Red and began cooking my cha. What it gave up on the body of the tea compared to an Assam, it replaced with an incredible subtle flavour that mixed beautifully with the warm milk and spices."

Sai A.

"I consider myself a bit of a tea connoisseur. I've sipped teas on farms in more than 10 countries. For me, what's special about Taihoku tea is their unique roasting process."

Michael C.

"I snuck some Red Oolong into my mother's morning lemon tea. At first she didn't notice the difference from the regular tea we use. On the second cup she called me into her bedroom and asked me, smiling, what had happened to the tea overnight. The smile was magical, and the tea made that happen."

Beverley R.

All About Tea

We've got more great articles about tea over at the All About Tea blog.

L-Theanine: Meet Tea's Magic Amino Acid

L-Theanine: Meet Tea's Magic Amino Acid

Have you ever noticed that a great cup of green, white, black, or Oolong tea just sets you at ease? That while you may feel that energized lift from tea’s natural caffeine that you're more aware, calm, present, and Zen-like than say if you downed double shots of espresso or a hulking mug of black coffee? There’s a reason! Find out more in this article about tea's magic amino acid.
The Origins of Oolong Tea

The Origins of Oolong Tea

Oolong tea's mythical sounding name is more than a picturesque way to describe leaves but also reflects Taiwan’s legendary and otherworldly catalogue of exquisite Oolong teas. But of course, the best way to truly discover Taiwanese Oolong is to get out there and sample some firsthand! Happy brewing, and may the black dragon tea always bring you good luck and good fortune!
How much caffeine is in tea?

How much caffeine is in tea?

As we have discussed in other articles the world of tea is often divided into two groups: true teas and herbal teas. True teas are made from the camellia sinensis plant and contain naturally occurring caffeine. Herbal teas on the other hand are produced from non-camellia sinensis ingredients like hibiscus, rooibos, and lemongrass just to name a few. So just how much caffeine do all of these teas contain?
Health Benefits of Tea

Health Benefits of Tea

Did you need any more reasons to drink tea? If you did, we have lots of very good news for you and the other tea lovers in your life! As we all know tea is delicious, but did you also know that tea is good for your health? Yes, it is, and we have a whole teapot full of health-enhancing effects that you can enjoy with each and every wondrous cup of tea you brew. 

L-Theanine: Meet Tea's Magic Amino Acid

L-Theanine: Meet Tea's Magic Amino Acid

Have you ever noticed that a great cup of green, white, black, or Oolong tea just sets you at ease? That while you may feel that energized lift from tea’s natural caffeine that you're more aware, calm, present, and Zen-like than say if you downed double shots of espresso or a hulking mug of black coffee? There’s a reason! Find out more in this article about tea's magic amino acid.
The Origins of Oolong Tea

The Origins of Oolong Tea

Oolong tea's mythical sounding name is more than a picturesque way to describe leaves but also reflects Taiwan’s legendary and otherworldly catalogue of exquisite Oolong teas. But of course, the best way to truly discover Taiwanese Oolong is to get out there and sample some firsthand! Happy brewing, and may the black dragon tea always bring you good luck and good fortune!
How much caffeine is in tea?

How much caffeine is in tea?

As we have discussed in other articles the world of tea is often divided into two groups: true teas and herbal teas. True teas are made from the camellia sinensis plant and contain naturally occurring caffeine. Herbal teas on the other hand are produced from non-camellia sinensis ingredients like hibiscus, rooibos, and lemongrass just to name a few. So just how much caffeine do all of these teas contain?
Health Benefits of Tea

Health Benefits of Tea

Did you need any more reasons to drink tea? If you did, we have lots of very good news for you and the other tea lovers in your life! As we all know tea is delicious, but did you also know that tea is good for your health? Yes, it is, and we have a whole teapot full of health-enhancing effects that you can enjoy with each and every wondrous cup of tea you brew. 

Premium Taiwan Teas Small farm, single batch hand roasted teas from Taiwan
Worldwide Shipping We're proud to be shipping our teas to customers all over the globe from our roasting house in Taiwan.
Premium Taiwan Teas Small farm, single batch hand roasted teas from Taiwan
Worldwide Shipping We're proud to be shipping our teas to customers all over the globe from our roasting house in Taiwan.