Honey Black Oolong or Honey Red Oolong is based on tea species grown in middle – low altitude tea areas. The multi-layered tea aroma is the biggest feature of Honey Black Oolong. The natural floral aroma and strong taste make it one of the most popular black teas in Taiwan.
Many people often ask whether Jin Xuan is oolong tea or green tea, but in fact, Jin Xuan is actually the name of the tea tree variety. The tea leaves picked from Jinxuan can be made into oolong tea or green tea through different degrees of fermentation.
Jin Xuan tea is popular because of its unique milky fragrance. Do you think Jin Xuan tea is black tea, green tea, or oolong tea? Is Jinxuan tea high in caffeine? Where do the rich milky fragrance of Jin Xuan tea come from? How to distinguish pure Jinxuan tea from artificial Jin Xuan tea?
Basically, all tea trees can be made into Taiwan black tea, mainly because the finished product is the difference between aroma and taste. Taiwan’s black teas are distinguished according to the suitability of the tea tree. The most commonly used varieties of black tea in Taiwan are Taicha No. 18, Taicha No. 8, and Taicha No. 21. In addition, there are also Chin-Shin-Dapan and Oolong. The varieties are described in detail below: