Tea from the Island of Immortals
As far as our eye could see, the fabled Island of Immortals was surrounded by the sea. Located in subtropics, this paradise isle has a boundless supply of pure water situated in the heart of picturesque mountains.
Out of 13 Taiwanese counties, only 2 have the optimal geographical conditions to produce High Mountain Oolong harvested at 8200- 8550 feet, which ultimately gets sold to a handful of mortals from the mainland.
LOOSE LEAF TEA
WITH UNREAL NATURAL FLAVOR
Tea from the master of tea.
15 awards since 2015
High Mountain Oolong - First place at the
2015 North American Tea Championship
Exposing genuinely decorated and staggeringly toothsome teas from the purest locations, Teamatica focusses on quality, sustainability and unprecedented taste.
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Soil - When it comes to growing tea, the underground aura of the plant undeniably plays a significant role. From the ratio of different elements in the earth itself to the billions of microorganisms that will actively participate in the formation of our bellowed drink.
H20 - Water is truly the most critical element in the world. It is imperative to use the purest water in order to harvest a robust, healthy and appealing plant that will gradually uncover the most gorgonizing flavours.
Tea cultivar (Camellia Sinensis plant) - Without any doubt, harvesting a healthy plant needs a strong, biologically pure and unpolluted vegetative propagation. Indeed, farmers that produce the highest quality tea have practiced this art for generations and continue to impress with the cleanest Camellia Sinesis plants.
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