An Enchanting Scent of Tea on the Highlands
If you happen to pass through Luye Highland on your journey, you will certainly notice the abundance of tea plantations. Along its roadside, you will find various oolong and black tea plantations, as well as large pineapple fields. If time permits, perhaps you could rent a bicycle and ride on these luscious country roads at your own leisure pace.
While biking along these roads, you hit upon an unfamiliar smell. It seems to carry hints of caramel and honey. As curiosity strikes, you may well be tempted to follow this aroma to its source. Could it be the breeze calling you towards the local tea processing plant? Make your approach, inquire politely, and take a moment to observe the unique production process of Taiwan’s oolong tea. The roasting tea leaves exude a sweet and positively enchanting fragrance. If you happen to pass by any teahouse on your journey, feel free to walk in to ask to sample some local tea with the owner and patrons.
As for the low and bristly pineapple fields, they too exude an influence over this highland town. In the summer, when the fields are bearing fruit, the surrounding air is wrapped in its sweet and tangy fragrance. Catching a whiff of this tropical tangy sweet, succulent scent will surely leave you longing for a cup of the local pineapple iced tea.