I spoke with them last year at the end of World Tea Expo. They were friendly and their booth was quite busy. My wife was with me and we started a discussion with them in Mandarin about their cultivars, locations of where their tea was grown in Taiwan, etc. At one point there was an odd moment where my wife and I caught the woman in a question about the cultivar and where it was grown in regards to a tea that was labeled "high mountain." It turned out that the tea was grown low elevation. The woman sighed when she saw that we knew the area and had depth knowledge of Taiwan and Taiwanese tea and had an interesting moment of reluctance around my questioning her further when some of her replies were not consistent. She was friendly and, since it was the end of the show, and all the tea was being sold very
cheaply, we sampled their teas and we bought their Jade Wulong, a brick of their pressed Dong Fang Mei Ren tea, and another organic wulong.
I find their Jade Wulong tea to be a very fussy tea with a unique flavor profile. I found it to be easily over-brewed and worked with it to get what I judged was the best outcome from the tea. I've served the tea to tea guests in a tasting set alongside other teas and most guests have not preferred it when I ask them which tea they would like to brew for our session. It's not a bad tea; however, for me, it's not a great tea either. As evidence that I was not especially fond of the tea, I still have some opened and unfinished Jade Wulong left in the tea closet. Any already opened, good tea would not have lasted this long in our house.
From the teas I tried and sampled, my clear judgment was that their teas were mediocre compared to what I am accustomed to drinking and buying in Taiwan. I have yet to pour the pressed Dong Fang Mei Ren cake and so can't report on it.
I'll return to some of the teas we have unopened and sit with them again. I'm sincerely reluctant to leave any less than favorable review of a vendor's teas and usually assume operator error more than a fault with a tea itself, believing that even "mediocre" teas can be brewed with skill to improve their outcomes. Nevertheless, none of the teas I sampled from them really blew me away. However, I didn't sample every tea in their line.