This is one of the most popular Taiwanese high mountain oolong other than Alishan oolong. This tea is growth at approximately 1000 meters in Nantou County, Taiwan. Tea leaves from a high-altitude mountain tea like this are thick, smooth and heavier than low-altitude mountain tea. The liquor is clear with bright champagne color.
This tea is very relaxing, when you take a sip of this tea, you'll feel like you are drinking tea at a tea garden. The aftertaste is amazingly sweet, creamy, with lingering osmanthus flower.
Origin: Nantou County, Taiwan
Notes: Buttery, Smooth, Osmanthus, Light Nuttiness