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Once upon the time, there’s a man whose last name is Liu. After passing his Confucian PhD examination in Fujijan, China, the local people in that town gave him twenty cuttings of tea as a gift. He then brought it back to Taiwan to grow. It proved to be very successful and so in the following years Oolong tea production in Taiwan became very widespread.
In 1989 the varieties of Oolong tea were imported to Vietnam, and until now, some of area in Lam Dong Province such as Cau Dat, Lam Ha, Di Linh still grow this type of tea. The pure Oolong tea must be suitable with the land and climate. The land must be more than 1200m above sea level, have roughly 70% - 80% humidity, with a pH of water ranging from 4.5 – 5.5. We keep strict care in the Oolong tea process and we manipulate manure for fertilizer using micro-organisms. We’re using soy and molasses to feed a specific type of micro-organism and then irrigate on our tea plantations.   During harvest, the three leaves and a bud is a standard  that must be picked.  Avoiding any form of crushing is necessary to create a delicious and aromatic tea.
Oolong name origin: Oolong means black dragon. In the old time, when the Oolong tea oxidize and process, its shape looks like a black dragon. And then, the Taiwanese swirl the tea-leaves  in to balls for easy transport and to prevent crushing.

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