This Taiwanese high mountain oolong tea is grown at approximately 1000 meters in Nantou County, Taiwan. The leaves from a tea at this altitude are thick, smooth, and heavier than those from a low-altitude mountain tea. As a result, the liquor is clear with a bright champagne color. This tea also has a light lily's aroma and feels very refreshing.
When you take a sip of this tea, you'll feel like you are drinking tea in a tea garden. The aftertaste is amazingly sweet and creamy, with a buttery fresh bread aftertaste. You'll also find that this tea is very relaxing. So if you're looking for a unique and enjoyable tea experience, be sure to try this Taiwanese high mountain oolong.
Origin: Nantou County, Taiwan
Notes: Sweet Buttery Bread,
Gongfu Brewing Instructions: Start with a clean gaiwan approximately 100ml, and 3 grams of tea. Rinse the leaves with boiling water to open up the leaves and remove any impurities. For the first infusion, steep for 40 seconds. 20 seconds on the second infusions, 30 seconds on the third infusions, and 50-60 seconds for the fourth and fifth infusions.
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