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Oolong Tea garden at Alishan in Chiayi,Taiwan_edited.jpg


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The Tea Trees have their heads in the mist at  around 1000 - 1300m above sea level. They grow on mountain slopes, with their feet dry and well anchored in the acid, basaltic, detrital (decomposed granite), well-ventilated, permeable and humus-rich soil. A few hours of sunshine per day, attention, careful picking, exceptional know-how for semi-fermentation, will ultimately result in some of the tastiest teas in the world, the " Gao Shan Cha".

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