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Eco-Cha


Web: eco-cha.com
Last Updated: Apr. 24, 2018

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Browse teas from: Taiwan / Formosa (9)Browse only: Pure Tea (Camellia sinensis) (9)Oolong Tea (7)Black Tea (2)

Eco-Cha is a tea company, based in Taiwan, and co-founded by Andy Kincart. Andy began exporting tea in 1997, but only privately in small batches; Eco-Cha was launched later; we are not sure when, but some time before 2013.

Eco-Cha focuses on Taiwanese oolong teas, and also sells a small amount of black tea. Eco-Cha aims to source from farmers who are committed to producing artisan teas by sustainable methods.

Most Often-Rated Teas

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Dong Ding Oolong Tea

Style:Oolong Tea
Region:Nantou, Taiwan
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Loose
54
4 Ratings
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Tsui Yu Jade Oolong Tea

Style:Oolong Tea
Region:Nantou, Taiwan
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Loose
84
3 Ratings
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Jin Xuan Oolong Tea

Style:Milky Oolong
Region:Nantou, Taiwan
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Loose
25
3 Ratings
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Organic High Mountain Oolong Tea

Style:High Mountain Oolong
Region:Nantou, Taiwan
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Loose
83
3 Ratings
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Shan Lin Xi High Mountain Black Tea

Style:Black Tea
Region:Nantou, Taiwan
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Loose
2 Ratings

Top-Rated Teas

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Tsui Yu Jade Oolong Tea

Style:Oolong Tea
Region:Nantou, Taiwan
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Loose
84
3 Ratings
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Organic High Mountain Oolong Tea

Style:High Mountain Oolong
Region:Nantou, Taiwan
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Loose
83
3 Ratings
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Dong Ding Oolong Tea

Style:Oolong Tea
Region:Nantou, Taiwan
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Loose
54
4 Ratings
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Jin Xuan Oolong Tea

Style:Milky Oolong
Region:Nantou, Taiwan
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Loose
25
3 Ratings

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