Sun and Moon Lake Red Tea (Honey & Pollen Taste)

Sun and Moon Lake Red Tea (Honey & Pollen Taste)

  • Officially named Ruby (Red Jade)
  • Cross bred in Taiwan, with Taiwanese original mountain tea as the father, and the tea tree from Burma as the mother
  • Inherits the richness from father tree, and the sweetness and aroma from mother tree
  • Known as one of the best red tea species in the world


Harvested from an organic tea plantation, with honey bees resting on the tea trees, bringing honey and pollen onto the leaves. Rich in aroma of honey and pollen, with a unique sweetness in taste, it is one of the most unique tea from 2019. It is also available in Assam species.

  • About Red Tea

    Known as black tea in English, red tea is one of the smoothest tea. It is 100% fermented; its low caffein level makes it save for people who would have trouble sleeping after drinking tea. We choose some of the best species from Taiwan to process red tea. Their natural sweetness and rich aroma are very pleasing even without adding sugar or milk.

  • Packaging - Simple yet Sufficient

    • We provide only the necessities, so waste is reduced and shipping fee is saved.
    • Light-proof aluminum foil pack: Simply seal it with a clipper after opening can keep your tea fresh.
    • Detailed instructions: With the attached instructions in Chinese, English, and Japanese, anyone can make a pot of nice tea.
  • Instructions

    Amount of tea leaves used for each brew: About 40% of the volume of tea vessel

    Time for infusion: About 5-10 seconds

    Tea leaves can be reused for: 5-6 brews

    1. To keep your tea fresh, simply seal the opening with a storage clip/sealer and store in a dry and clean place. Keep away from kitchen and fridge to avoid mixture of taste.

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N0. 53-2, Ln. 34, Sec. 3, Zhinan Rd., Wenshan Dist.,

Taipei City, Taiwan


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