Innovative Tea for A New Generation with Wangtea Lab

Enjoy fresh Taiwanese tea in a new way.

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That’s the Tea: How to Spend a Perfect Day in Maokong

How to spend a perfect day in the perfect tea site.

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National Palace Museum Experiences: a Taste of Taiwanese Tea Culture

Pinglin Tea Museum, National Palace Museum and Ximending

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Maokong – A Location for Tea-for-Two

The Taiwanese are fond of their tea and love to climb hills overlooking their hometowns to take in a “night view.” Put these two together, stipulate that you do not want to drive more than one hour, and Taipei residents still have a large number of choices. One of the most popular is the historic tea-growing area around Maokong in the southwestern part of the city.

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Alishan – A World of High-Mountain Tea Up in the Clouds

Everything tea in one of Taiwan’s most beautiful high-mountain growing areas – Alishan.

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Sun Moon Lake: A Tea Lover’s Paradise

Sun Moon Lake in Taiwan has garnered international attention for its high quality tea. Here’s the fact you shoud know about tea in Sun Moon Lake.

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The Taiwan Scene Guide to Taiwanese Tea

From Oolong to pu’er, Baozhong to Tieguanyin, we spill the tea on all the different types of chá you’ll find here in Taiwan.

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Savor the Tea and Enjoy the Pleasant Aroma in the City on a Springtime Day

In Taipei, you are never far from a century-old tea shop. Blessed with frequent international exchanges over the centuries, the city is the confluence of tea houses from different cultures. No matter where you roam, there is no way you can miss the elegant smell of tea among Taipei’s streets and alleys.

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A Tale of Three Tea Shops

Taiwan is about tea, and to say that Taipei is filled with tea shops would be an understatement indeed. From Xindian to Tamsui, Nangang to Tucheng, every avenue and neighborhood in Taipei offer a plethora of shops selling tea.

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Giving “High Tea” a Whole New Meaning

Tea has been the favorite drink of Taiwanese for hundreds of years, but previous generations would be amazed to see the innovative use being made of it by Taipei’s creative bartenders.

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