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《Cui Po》tea gift box ● Renaissance of Taste

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  • ▲ ABOUT Renaissance of Tea

    The Renaissance of Tea team visits tea plantations every year to discuss with their owners and tea artisans the desired level of fermentation and roasting based on the season and climate. Renaissance of Tea tasters then evaluate and select the finest teas so to make sure that every cup offered will bring guests a heart-touching moment.

    ▲ 4S—Aesthetic Concepts with Infinite Fresh Experience
    Solicitous. / Serene. / Slow. / Spirit.

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    ▲《Cui Po》tea gift box

    - Alishan Jinsyuan Oolong Tea
    One of the most popular Oolong varieties, this tea is made of Taiwan exclusive “Jinsyuan” fresh tea leaves grown in Alishan mountains. The yellowish-golden infusion is highlighted by a rich milky aroma, brisk fragrance of mountain air, and a hint of velvety sweetness. A tapestry of fragrance.

    - Dongding Oolong tea
    Dongding Oolong, harvested from the Dong Ding Mountain tea growing area at altitudes between 600 to 800 meters in Lugu, Nantou County, Taiwan, is a medium fermented tea widely embraced by Taiwanese in early times. Once infused, the tightly rolled leaves in semi-ball shape create a honey-gold mellow cup with roasted notes, fruity endnotes and flowery overtones. A luscious companion with meals.

    - Ruby Black Tea (Taiwan Tea No.18)
    Grown in Yuchi town, Nantou County, Taiwan, this tea is also called Sun Moon Red, an Assamica tea cultivar which was first grown on the mountains around Sun Moon Lake when imported to Taiwan in 1925. This tea has a distinctive brisk mint flavor, an aromatic blueberry taste, and a touch of subtle astringency, leaving a rich aftertaste.


    ▲ 100% Taiwanese tea and each leaf was picked by hand.

    ▲ 《Xi Jing Man Huo》tea gift box won the IF design award in Germany in 2017.

    ▲ 《De Xian》tea gift box won the How magazine design award in New York in 2014.


    ≡ Place of Origin ≡

    - Ruby Black Tea (Taiwan Tea No.18)
    Nantou, Taiwan
    - Dongding Oolong tea
    Lugu, Taiwan
    - Alishan High Mountain Oolong Tea
    Taiwan
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《Cui Po》tea gift box ● Renaissance of Taste

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