Alishan Qing Xin High Mountain Baked Oolong Tea, Lot 372

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Oolong Tea
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Oolong Tea Leaves
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This beautiful scenic area of central Taiwan, which is also classified as a Natural Reserve, produces one of the most well known and referenced teas to define the Gao Shan (high mountain) taste of Taiwanese oolongs. Our Alishan Oolong is from Shi Zhou area in Chiayi County. The gardens are situated at a slightly lower elevation than the highly rated Lishan, Dayuling and Shanlinxi areas. This allows growers to use a variety of tea plants successfully. Qing Xin cultivars dominate, like in the case of this tea, but Jin Xuan strives as well (see our Alishan Jin Xuan) and give magnificent teas. This township has a soil structure that is more gravelly and layered in shale and has numerous gardens that produce fragrant, well balanced teas that are pleasant and mellow with a well defined sweetness. The light baking this tea underwent, under the supervision of our resident Tea Master, has brought out the honey sweetness of the tea and caramelize the flowery notes to more heady sensuous aromas. The liqueur develops a thicker feel that is so soothing making it a perfect afternoon tea. If you like a good Dong Ding and still like the aromatics of the greener high-mountain tea, this tea will bring the best of both worlds into one cup. It’s quite addictive

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