Geographically, “Da Yu Ling” is located in the Central Mountain Range of Taiwan.
It is the highest tea plantation in Taiwan around 9,000 – 9,240 ft.
Generally, starting from 95k to 105.5k of the Taiwan Central Cross-Island Highway or Provincial Highway No.8 is claimed as “Da Yu Ling”.

Since it is located on the steep slope and unstable terraces, only few tea gardens can be established. In winter, temperature is always below 32F and annual average temperature is below 68-70F. Annual rainfall is high

Therefore, in this unspoiled, moist and cold region, each tea leaf is growing slowly. This place can produce only a small amount of Taiwan Da Yu Ling Tea each year.

On this steep slope, Da Yu Ling’s tea gardens are required lots of manpower to take care on each tea tree (Camellia sinensis – scientific name should be itatic) on such extreme environment. Large auto-machine is impossible to use. Of course it is difficult to be developed by
government officials and business sectors. The road is narrow and curve. So, the environment is being protected.

Tea leaves of Taiwna Da Yu Ling is thick and plump. It is distinguished by its delicate scent and subtle taste well-balanced with an exceptionally rich, full body and a sweet flavor.

Taiwan Da Yu Ling (Google Map)
https://maps.google.com.hk/maps?hl=en&ll=24.17706,121.323137&spn=0.060214,0.077162&t=h&z=14&brcurrent=3,0×0:0×0,1

Azzrian

Thank you for the informative post! I like the map link as well – its great to see exactly where the tea is from!

Nuvola Tea - Taiwan Tea Specialties

Yes, we hope people can connect with the environment or nature when tasting each kind of tea.
Thick and plump tea leaves are the major characteristics of high mountain tea.

tunes&tea

Again I am thankful that you take the time to educate on more than the tea itself, but the environment,farmers, and other things that are related to this drink that we all share enthusiasm for.

Nuvola Tea - Taiwan Tea Specialties

I would rather to “share” with all of you instead of “educating” because there are lots of things to be explored in tea, tea history, tea culture and environment in Taiwan and China.

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Azzrian

Thank you for the informative post! I like the map link as well – its great to see exactly where the tea is from!

Nuvola Tea - Taiwan Tea Specialties

Yes, we hope people can connect with the environment or nature when tasting each kind of tea.
Thick and plump tea leaves are the major characteristics of high mountain tea.

tunes&tea

Again I am thankful that you take the time to educate on more than the tea itself, but the environment,farmers, and other things that are related to this drink that we all share enthusiasm for.

Nuvola Tea - Taiwan Tea Specialties

I would rather to “share” with all of you instead of “educating” because there are lots of things to be explored in tea, tea history, tea culture and environment in Taiwan and China.

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