Lishan Glory Oolong Tea

Tea type
Oolong Tea
Ingredients
Oolong
Flavors
Floral, Pear, Apple, Butter, Cream, Creamy, Green, Lettuce, Melon, Milk, Plumeria, Soft, Spinach, Sugarcane, Vanilla
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From Adhara Tea and Botanicals

Origin: Lishan (Mt. Pear)
Flavor: Sweet, and buttery with notes of pear, vanilla, and tropical flowers
Aroma: Buttery, steamed milk, sweet melon
Ingredients: Oolong tea
Cultivar: Ching Shin (green-heart) Oolong
Elevation: 7874 Feet
Lishan Glory Oolong Tea comes from the misty slopes of Taiwan’s Lishan Mountain “Pear Mountain”, and is a tea that’s truly unique. Grown at an elevation of over 7,000 feet where fruit trees were perviously grown, Lishan Oolong teas are known for their delicate flavor and rich aroma. With each sip, you’ll enjoy the taste of sun-drenched leaves that have been kissed by the misty clouds that linger among the mountaintops. So sit back, relax, and savor the flavor of Lishan Oolong Tea.

Brewing:

Tea: 5 grams (1 teaspoon) per 8 ounces of water
Water temperature: 194°F – 90°C
Infusion length: 1-2 minutes. May be infused 3-5 additional times.

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I got this and the Shanlinxi for the free shipping after 30 bucks spent. I also got it compulsively because I usually judge the quality of loose leaf a company has based on the quality of their oolong. I know, not fair, but Lishans and Shanlinxi’s are a favorite I don’t get bored with.

Unfortunately, I am going to have to redo this one. It is full bodied, but extremely soft and complex. I had it on a hotter and busy day, so I was bit distracted. This one is a more pear leaning lishan for sure, specifically the “Asian Pear” as westerners refer to it. Otherwise, it’s a high mountain oolong. I admit I’m starting to get bored writing about them, and this tea deserves better attention.

Flavors: Floral, Pear

adharatea

Thank you for your recommendation, we’re huge fans of Oolong tea too. :)

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