Li Shan Oolong Winter Harvest
Garden Direct Oolong Tea
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Li Shan Oolong Winter Harvest
Li Shan Oolong Winter Harvest
Li Shan Oolong Winter Harvest
Li Shan Oolong Winter Harvest
Li Shan Oolong Winter Harvest
The cool winter climate presents the withering conditions that form the freshness of green oolong style with expressive aromatics, original complexity of the terroir and taste.

About 18 Cups Of Tea

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This winter lot has a high-density tea soup with a clean and fresh green style. The aroma has a nice balance of fruity green apple, tropical gardenia and white lily.

About This Tea

The mountainous regions of Central Taiwan produce some of the most exquisite oolong teas in the world. These teas are often called “Gao Shan Cha” (High Mountain Tea) because the tea gardens are situated in very high altitudes compared to all other oolong tea growing regions. The mists in the high mountains shroud the tea bushes during the peak harvesting season, facilitating the gradual growth of new tea buds and concentrating the amino acids and aromatic compounds. The shade grown tea has fewer sharp tannins and a smoother, sweet flavor. The thick mists and clouds in the high mountain regions provide a natural shading effect for the oolong tea gardens which enhances the smoothness and richness of tea. At more than 2000 meters above sea level, Li Shan (“Pear Mountain”) is one of the highest elevation producing regions of oolong tea on the planet. This winter crop batch from Li Shan has a very fresh and vibrant green style of fermentation with the signature notes of green apple, star gazer lily, gardenia and umami richness.

Ingredients

Oolong tea

Origin

Li Shan, Taichung City, Taiwan

Cultivar

Qing Xin

Harvest

October 20, 2023

Elevation

2200 meters

Preparation
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Traditional Tea Preparation

Add 7g to a Gaiwan or Gongfu Teapot (per 150ml).
Use 200°F water.
Don’t rinse this tea.
Infuse first brew for 45 seconds - 1 minute.
Infuse 2nd brew for 30 seconds.
Repeat several times at 45 seconds, until the flavor and aroma of the tea dissipates. As the leaves expand and unfurl, the brewing time may decrease at the peak of the session while the final infusions can be 2-3 minutes.

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