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TeaGather’s menu items embody a combination of both the current and traditional essence of Chinese culture. Our milk tea derives from the recipe brought by one of the earliest pioneers of the milk tea culture, which ensures each drink to be held to its purest and highest standards. Similarly, the ingredients we use to make our food goes through numerous selections and standardizes to ensure consistency in our product’s taste and texture. Our food menu is also exceptional due to our many years of expertise in operating food and dining. We strive to carry through the authenticity of Taiwanese street food, as well as maintain it to be healthy.
They originate from Xishuangbanna’s tropical rainforests in Yunnan province of China. It is
generally called Yulin (rainforest) tea. The tea leaves are freshly picked by BuLang locals off tall ancient
trees that are cultivated by the environment’s unique climate. Similar to aging wine, these tea leaves can be
kept and aged a long time for a more remarkable taste and value.
Xishuangbanna has a history relating to developing and utilizing tea trees that dates back to thousands of years ago. The tea trees flourish especially well in the tropical climate that the environment provides, as well as genuine and humble locals that are able to know and study these trees extensively.
Yulin Pu’er is rich in vitamins, such as vitamin C. Yulin tea leaves contain high levels of theanine and tea polyphenol (TP). When the tea is fermented microbially, polysaccharides are broken down into monosaccharides, harvesting stored energy released from the bonds, whilst vitamins increase exponentially in the body. These factors contribute to a strengthened immune system with the increase of microorganisms living in the stomach lining. Thus, contrary to other normal tea, Pu’er tea contributes to lowered body fat, weight loss, lowered blood pressure, prevention of arteriosclerosis, aid in digestion, strengthened teeth, anti inflammation, etc. Tea drinking involves elegance, and it is a hobby that is open to all people to enjoy. To people who drink tea, it is a lifestyle that depends on mood; to people who taste tea, it is a training that depends on the state of mind. The proper way of brewing tea takes equal parts of knowledge and instinct to make the right cup of tea that best suits you. Each cup of tea depending on water, temperature, and time will bring to you a different but meaningful experience.