Taiwan Wild Indigenous Mountain Tea is evergreen small trees or tree, and it is tall with larger leaves.
It is normally difficult to survive on its own without other trees’shadows.
Its flavor is extremely strong and fresh, with exceptional bitterness and aftertaste.
Its history can be found in Miscellaneous Notes from 1717 as follows - ”In the Shuishalian neishan, there are sufficient tea leaves available. They have special flavors and can relieve summer heat. However, the steep mountain is very dangerous, and the Han Chinese are afraid of Taiwanese aborigines. As a result, they are too scared to enter the mountain and collect the tea leaves.”
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