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Plucking Tea in Luye, Taitung! Beautiful Jiafang Organic Tea Garden and Fun of Making Tea Egg Rolls

Everyone drinks hand-shaken drinks but how much do we know about green tea? I am sure you’ll have more knowledge after visiting Jiafang Organic Tea Garden and have a great time there. <br/><br/>The greatest feature of Jiafang Organic Tea Garden is it adopts organic farming, no pesticides. That makes it an ideal place to have tea related experiences, from plucking tea, squeezing juice out of tea leaves to making tea egg rolls; these are all prevalent DIY activities. <br/><br/>Coming to Jiafang Organic Tea Garden, visitors must try plucking tea because the scenery in the garden is very beautiful. Rows of tea trees are planted on the hills and when rays of sunlight around 4pm slant from the opposite of the garden on the tea leaves, the view is golden and bright that gives an illusion as if it were an exotic country. Another reason to pluck tea is because of no pesticide used in the organic garden. The green leaf¬hop¬pers (Jacobiasca formosana) are often found on the tea trees, while tea experts will introduce the knowledge of teas to visitors. Taiwanese drink a lot of hand shaken tea drinks, but we hardly know about tea. This is a good opportunity to learn to tell green tea, black tea, and chin hsuen apart, as well as fermentation. It can be a rewarding trip.

Plucking Tea in Luye, Taitung! Beautiful Jiafang Organic Tea Garden and Fun of Making Tea Egg Rolls

▲We must try plucking tea since tea is ingrained in our daily life. The plantation is free of pesticides.

Plucking Tea in Luye, Taitung! Beautiful Jiafang Organic Tea Garden and Fun of Making Tea Egg Rolls

▲Wearing the bamboo hat for sun protection and carrying the basket to collect the leaves. Preparing to pluck tea is easy

Plucking Tea in Luye, Taitung! Beautiful Jiafang Organic Tea Garden and Fun of Making Tea Egg Rolls

▲What is one tip and two leaves? We’ve heard of the catch phrase in advertisement many times but we truly understand what it means after the experience

Got hungry after tea plucking? Time to make tea egg rolls. I have tasted all kinds of egg rolls, some are crispy, some thick and some creamy, so how do my handmade egg rolls taste? <br/><br/>The ingredients were ready, we quickly mixed the eggs and flours before adding the tea powders from Jiafang Organic Tea Garden, then we put the mixture on the iron plate and wrapped it, and we got egg rolls. If you are fond of making some pastries at home, this is something you can try.

Plucking Tea in Luye, Taitung! Beautiful Jiafang Organic Tea Garden and Fun of Making Tea Egg Rolls

▲A group of people made the egg rolls. If the egg roll didn’t look good, just put it into the mouth and ate off the evidence.

Plucking Tea in Luye, Taitung! Beautiful Jiafang Organic Tea Garden and Fun of Making Tea Egg Rolls

▲The plate is hot, just be careful when rolling the wrap. It is not that difficult as you thought

Plucking Tea in Luye, Taitung! Beautiful Jiafang Organic Tea Garden and Fun of Making Tea Egg Rolls

▲They are not ugly, but distinctive.

Don’t forget to bring your egg rolls to taste tea with the garden owner! Listening to the tea expert’s sharing while having bites of the snacks and sips of organic tea—it’s definitely worth the trip.

Jiafang Tea Garden

Tel: 0932-767907<br/>Tea plucking+ DIY tea egg rolls + DIY tea juice, minimum charge: NT$2,000 (at least 10 participants and NT$200 each)