Luye Natural Farming "Grape Nectar" Black Tea

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Black Tea
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Organic
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This lovely black tea is like a mini chapter of Luye’s tea processing culture, a black tea that is made from Qin Xing varietal but with the clear terroir from Taitung, the southeast part of Taiwan that is protected by the central mountain. People who are familiar with our offering will know that we two red oolongs in the line so far, and this is the first time we are offering a black tea from the same region.

If you are familiar with the red oolong, you will notice this tea is like a little brother of them. “Red Oolong” is an experimental marriage of oolong tea and black tea processing, while this tea no longer has that oolong like character, but a simple “fully-rolled” black tea No waving or killing green were involved, creating a black tea with the clear terroir of the southeast soil alongside the mesa.

Unlike “Longan Nectar” or “Plum Nectar”, the result of this tea is a grape-like character, or more precisely – raisin. It is certainly a fully fermented tea, but without a thick and strong body like you might expect from a large-leaf varietal black tea. This is a very easily understanding which will not take much effort to enjoy.

Harvest: Varied / 不定
Varietal: Qin Xing Oolong / 青心烏龍
Elevation: 100 M / 壹佰 公尺
Region: Luye / 鹿野
Fermentation Level: 86% / 分之 捌拾陸
Roast Level: 2 / 貳 分

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