Japanese established Chi-Mu Black Tea Factory in Xiangcha Lane in Yuchih to
produce black tea. Mr. Shih Chao Xin, who graduated from Taiwan Tea Industry
Transmitting Institute to manage the factory. The price of Taiwan black tea was
so high that it won another name “Rich black” at that time. Mr. Shih persisted on
black tea cultivation, even when others made a fortune by growing betel palms,
he still believed that black teat would come into spotlight again.
The second generation- Ms. Shih Zhu Hua and her husband, Mr. Chen Yen
Quan, inherited her father’s mater spirits and tea making technology, not only
devoted themselves to making good tea, but also determined to promote Taiwan
black tea culture. In 2015, The tourism tea factory- Hugosum Black Tea Garden
was established. In addition to educate the customers the black tea industry
knowledge, we promotes local culture as well as Taiwan black tea culture, and
ultimately shows the world The Renaissance of Taiwan black tea.