Thanks for your valuable inputs. I've checked a little about HouDe's online store. Basically, my selection is different from HouDe's, different origin, different variety, different producer, and thus is not totally comparable, in my opinion.
Even with the same variety, the terrior, the way they grow/pluck/ produce the tea could make a huge difference. I'm saying this because I spent a lot of time in tea growing regions in Taiwan. My intention is to introduce some unique teas which are seldom seen outside of Taiwan, to offer worldwide tea lovers another choice from their regular sources/channels, and in hope to, through this approach, encourage tea farmers who truly put a lot of efforts into producing tea of excellence.
I believe what I choose is unique and rare, and sincerely recommend the 3 black teas as Club of Red to all of you. Buy a sample, compare with what you have, and tell me the result.
Red of Four Seasons I don't see it is selling anywhere in Taiwan, not to mention in a foreign market. The way the black tea is making (by its producer Dong feng tea farm (in Youchi, Nantou) brings out the special fragrance of honey and longan wood with few could do the same.
Red Rhythm (TTES#21) is already rare in its origin ( fewer could make TTES#21 with citrus fragrance), not to mention in a foreign market.
Red Jade (TTES#18, aka Ruby) is relatively popular. You may find some in local vendor. I guess the price is not so cheap. However, this is by far the top quality Red Jade I've found and are very confident with.