Mountain Tea aims to bring a level of sophistication and quality not before associated with tea. Just as there are people who enjoy single malt scotch, vintage wines, and single origin coffee, we want to foster the same appreciation for tea in its purest form: without milk, sugar, or flavorings.
Mountain Tea began in 1977 with a small shop in Taipei,
Taiwan, where we mastered brewing, tasting, and serving the perfect cup.
Then, no longer satisfied with serving great tea, we sought to grow
great tea. After searching everywhere for the best climate and soil
conditions, in 1987 we planted our first trees in the Wushe mountains in
Nantou county, Taiwan. Since then, Mountain Tea has expanded to two
more tea gardens. All of our gardens are high elevation gardens.
Our oolongs are highly prized by tea connoisseurs. Our gardens' unique terroirs were chosen for their sharp differences between daytime and
nighttime temperatures, allowing our tea to grow more slowly, thereby developing more aroma and sweetness; in addition, the abundant clouds and
fog surrounding our mountains allows our tea to absorb more
moisture. The result is award-winning tea.
Our Dedication to Quality
Mountain Tea is dedicated to supplying the finest loose leaf oolong tea experience possible. Because we are also growers, we're able to inspect our teas at every stage and ensure only the best quality. We take pride in crafting our teas using time-honored methods and traditions in order to provide you with the sweetest, cleanest cup possible.
We care about the world we live in and partner with socially and environmentally conscious organizations that are hoping to change our world for the better. Learn about our partners and there efforts. If you are interested in partnering with Mountain Tea please reach out to us on our contact page
or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Trees for the Future
Since 1989, Trees for the Future (www.plant-trees.org
) has been helping communities around the world plant trees. Through seed distribution, agroforestry training, and our country programs, we have empowered rural groups to restore tree cover to their lands. Planting trees protects the environment and helps to preserve traditional livelihoods and cultures for generations.