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Natural Beauty Rhyming in the Mountain
A discussion of Taiwanese High Mountain Tea

Historically, high mountain tea growing districts have produced Oolong teas. In recent years, small amounts of black and green teas have come onto the high mountain market, but Oolong remains the principal tea, and the variety most customers chink of when they hear the words "Taiwanese high mountain tea." High mountain Oolong teas are grown in tea gardens at elevations above 1000 meters. Key-growing areas are situated in the central southern part of the island in Jiayi county, Nantou county and areas around Taizhong. These tea gardens are spread throughout altitudes between 1000 and 2000 meters. The main variety of...