Taiwan is one of four major Oolong producing regions. Tung Ting Oolong Tea, Tianli Tea, Alishan Oolong Tea to name a few, are some of the popular ones to all tea drinkers. Taiwan oolong tea has its special producing technique, paying special attention to indoor withering and rocking. These two processes are also the key steps to determine the quality of Taiwanese oolong tea. It is said that good tea comes out of the misty high mountains. Taiwan is so mountainous that most of Taiwanese tea is picked from tea estates more than 1000 meters above sea level. The alpine has good air quality with sufficient precipitation and surrounded by mist and clouds. All these are essential for nourishing the tea leaves. In addition, the large temperature difference between day and night on high mountains, that have tea trees to store more nutrients, making the contained substance more abundant. Tenfu’s tea has a factory in in Taiwan to ensures the quality and authenticity of Taiwanese Oolong Tea.  


Tung Ting Oolong Tea

  Tung Ting oolong tea is picked from Tong Ting Mountain, Taiwan. The reason why it is named so is because of the high altitude plus frequent rain, the mountain is slippery, and tea farmers need to be cautious enough to climb to the peak by tightening tiptoes, which is commonly known as “frozen toe”, called“Tung Ting” in Chinese. Thus the picking of Tung Ting Oolong tea is actually more difficult, which also determines its precious value


Tian-li Tea

  Tian-li Tea is picked from Taiwan Lishan tea-producing area, which is higher than Tong Ting Mountain. Tian-li Tea not only has the flavor of high mountain, but also has unique flower and fruit aroma! The packaging is also classic, simple, and elegant, it makes a great gift to share with friends and families.


Alishan Oolong Tea

  Alishan Oolong tea is originally from Alpine tea field above 1,000 meters in south of Taiwan.Folded in the mist all the year round that carry the fresh air and dew forming a cold,sweet milky fragrance