Love the feedback. This is what I was hoping would happen.
I love to learn.
I've heard from a few people and there is a lot of conflicting opinion on the "best" harvest for Taiwanese teas. It depends on the tea. This is no great surprise and so I've simply removed the line.
Regarding the combination of Tung Ting and Ali Shan... I was careful to specify that they are in the same style but not grown in the same region. It may be that a deeper level of specificity will be required at some point, but if the goal is to identify primary groupings would you agree that these two fall into the same category just as Merlot, Malbec and Cabernet are all Bordeaux grapes regardless of where they are grown?
Finally, I've adjusted the language to say that Formosa/Taiwan is known primarily for its Oolong teas. While I have tried Taiwanese Green and Black teas, they are certainly not commonly carried by most US Tea Retailers. Similarly, I've had exceptional White and Green teas from India but they are unquestionably known for their black teas.
Please don't hesitate to disagree if you feel I am still mistaken. Honestly this lesson is shamefully brief so I'll have to work on this anyway.