In central Taiwan on Fu Shou Shan were this tea is grown at a high elevation where the temperatures are cooler and the mist and fog linger till afternoon, the leaves grow slowly. Hand-picked tea, lightly oxidized (less than 30%), dried and not roasted helps it retain its floral character.Two small pluckings a year. Try brewing for 30 seconds, then 3 minutes, and then 5 minutes just to experience the opening of these tightly balled leaves. Many many infusions. After 8 plus minutes, the leaves are not fully opened yet. A very unique flavor. One spectacular tea!
Ingredients: Oolong tea from Taichung, Taiwan
High aroma! Fragrance that catches your attention as you lift the lid. From the Nantou area in central Taiwan, this tea is grown at an elevation between 1000-1200m with mild...
A perfect introduction to the world of roasted Oolongs. The firing enhances this Oolong's natural qualities. Full-bodied, creamy, almost sweet, with a subtle fruitiness. Ingredients: Oolong tea from Taiwan Brewing...