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In the Japanese colonial era, the natural environment of Yuchih was chosen by Japanese who introduced different species of black tea from India, Myanmar and Thailand; this made Yuchih the status of The homeland of black tea. In the past seventy years, Tea Research and Extension Station, Yuchih Branch, has retained the records of the Japanese colonial era. After the September 21 earthquake in 1999, the villagers of Yuchi incubated Taichar No. 18 black tea that smells the fragrance of mint and cinnamon; tastes sweet and refreshing with a strong aroma. The Honey Fragrance Black Tea raised in Juisui Township in Hualien smells with honey fragrance and tastes sweet, truly amazing. With the bite by Jacobiasca formosana on tea leaves, this Taiwanese tea is more glorious in world tea-tasting competition.