Assam Black Tea, which was imported from Assam region, in India, since the Japanese occupation era. As the height, humidity, and soil condition around Sun-Moon-Lake (in Nantou, Taiwan) are similar with Assam region, the Assam tea trees grown here has high quality and great taste.
In the past, Assam Black Tea grown in Sun-Moon-Lake was the tribute presented to Japanese Emperor, so-called the “Emperor Tea”.
TEA PAUSE has selected tea leaves from old Assam tea trees (aged over 100 years old), its great taste and perfect fragrance are incomparable with other Assam tea sell in the market.
Assam Black Tea is the better choice for people who is fashion and enjoy the afternoon tea time.
Ruby Black Tea, which was modified from Yu-Chih Branch, Tea Research and Extension Station, Executive Yuan, is also a specialty tea in Yu-Chih town. The tea has bright red color, with has a natural fragrance of cinnamon with a slight hint of mint.
Ruby Black Tea is the better choice for people who is young in age or as a beginner of tea.
Taiwan Origin Mountain Tea, which grown around Sun-Moon-Lake all the year round, is very rare in quantity. TEA PASUE has selected the tea leaves, with a slightly purple color in its tea core, from over 100 years old tea trees, which is special and unusual in origin mountain tea. The tea has golden red color, with delicate fragrance, and fruity and honey taste.
Taiwan Origin Mountain Tea is the better choice for people who know tea well.
Rose Quartz Black Tea, is the latest modified tea in Taiwan, and officially named TTES No. 21 in 2008. A new variety tea tree, uneasy to look after, and only has low output, there are only a few Rose Quartz Black Tea in tea fields around Sun-Moon-Lake. As TEA PAUSE wishs more people could enjoy the fantastic taste of Rose Quartz Black Tea, we started to grow the tea tree since 2012, and in the present time, the entire planted area has over 4,800 square meter. The tea has strong aroma, with scents of citrus and chrysanthemum.
Rose Quartz Black Tea is the better choice for people who love to taste tea carefully.