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Welcome to Tea Master Chang Nai-Miao Memorial Hall!

 

 

Tea Master Chang Nai-Miao is the pioneer of Taiwanese Tiekuanyin Tea plantation. He introduced Tiekuanyin Tea to Muzha, where we are located, in 1895, making this place the largest plantation of Tiekuanyin Tea in Taiwan ever since. 

 

As the decendants of the Tea Master, we devote ourselves to preserve and promote the knowledge of teas and tea culture. We also cooperate with farmers from all over Taiwan to provide a variety of high-quality Taiwanese teas.

 

Our services are available in Mandarin, English, Taiwanese, and Cantonese.