Behind the KUMY Tea Plantation is the Black Forest Area, the original ecological tree species, falling tree leaves, the context as well as the ups and downs of leaves, even though silent, yet dedicate nutrients selflessly, nourish tea trees, in the delicate lens, to explore the circle of life, in the taste of tea, taste the sweet taste of no regrets.
"The moment of life, the circle of aging, sickness, and death, floating, falling, reincarnation of the brightness and darkness, even if that is the final song to sing, still struggling to start the joy of birth, the last one second, the best performance, no regrets."
"Time passes by, days pass by, silent love flow in the fingers, the eternity, is but something momentary, falling is the youth of no regrets, soft sigh is the moment of the instant palpitation.
We sincerely invite you to experience our tea from the pure and unblemished beauty of Lishan’s Black Forest.
Each leaf is plucked by hand and batches are processed for 36 hours to ensure optimal quality before being delivered to you. With each sip, you will savor the unparalleled ambiance of Lishan’s Black Forest.
Awarded Two Stars (ITQI) in the Belgian Black Tea Evaluation
The sparkling sunlight shines upon the cup of black tea. Layers of colors transforming from orange into amber. Made from Qingxin Oolong tips on Lishan, and fully oxidized as a red tea. Contains rich flavor with fruity elements.
Awarded Two Stars (GT) in The Guild of Fine Food
Black Forest Oolong tea 127 was awarded a 2-star Great Taste award, which means judges dubbed it outstanding for its excellent tea leaves and great flavour. Produced from Qingxin Oolong bushes, this is a lightly oxidized tea. The tea contains light floral scents, and is an appropriate choice for new drinkers of tea.
KUMY Tea Plantation is located at the highest point of the home of Lishan’s New Gayang tribe. Situated at an outpost of the Black Forest, our plantation benefits greatly from an elevation of over 2200 meters high.
Pluckers only select tender leaves or shoots which are 2 leaves and a bud or three leaves and a bud. When plucking, pluckers can’t injure the blade and they must keep the integrity of these fresh leaves or shoots because it influences the quality of the tea making process.
Perennially surrounded by clouds, our tea leaves are blessed by temperature fluctuations experienced only by high altitudes and irrigated only with fresh mountain spring water, providing the leaves with fine and untarnished flavor.
see more: KUMY Tea Processing Steps
Our products are subjected to strict SGS inspections and received qualified results annually, allowing for our tea to be the top choice for many tea connoisseurs.
。Taiwan Traceability Agricultural Product (TAP) certification no: TAP-101-028
。Inspection by SGS, in line with food hygiene and safety regulations
。FDA registration no: B-153275837-00000-9
∥ Hot Steeping ∥
Black tea: Take 6-7g tea leaves and put it into a teapot. Add in 150ml boil water (195℉) and brew it for 20 seconds. Then tea is ready to sip. It can be repeated 6 to 8 times by adding warm water.
Oolong tea: Take 6-7g tea leaves and put it into a teapot. Add in 150ml boil water (203-208℉) and brew it for 1 minute. Then tea is ready to sip. It can be repeated 4 to 6 times by adding warm water.
∥ Cold Brew ∥
Black tea: place 10 g tea leaves into 1,500ml spring water. Keep it in the refrigerator for 8 hours and it will be ready for drinking. If you wish to extend the life of the cold tea, remove the tea leaves from the bottle and always keep the tea in the refrigerator.
Oolong tea: place 12 g tea leaves into 1,500ml spring water. Keep it in the refrigerator for 10 hours and it will be ready for drinking. If you wish to extend the life of the cold tea, remove the tea leaves from the bottle and always keep the tea in the refrigerator.
In 1995, my father planted the first tea shrub in Lishan region. Since then, father’s tea has encouraged me to move forward. In the Slamaw tribe, the Black Forest has guarded the land and flourished lives.
Purity is our mission; sustainable nature is our faith. Kumy delivers the pure nectar of Lishan’s Black Forest.
Tea is a precious gift from God, so the best quality of tea is limited in quantity. We realized this principle, so we respect the nature totally. We harvest according to the laws of nature.
If God wanted us to have less harvest, we let the tea trees and land rest more. We do our best to balance between gives and gains. Such aspiration has been our golden rule for the past, now, and the future.
When external changes became dramatic, our beliefs remain solid and firm. Even though the global climate changes drastically, the Mother Nature heals herself naturally.
Respect the Mother Nature is the only way of our cultivation.
Our tea is tested in SGS lab every harvesting season.
Honorary, we are awarded Two Star in iTQi in 2016. This award brings Taiwan’s Lishan tea to international recognition.
Silent yet affectionate
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梨山古邁茶園 － Kumy Tea Plantation
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