Baguashan Qing Xin Green Tea, Lot 467

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Green teas are already quite rare in Taiwan, especially if you are looking for an authentic tea grown and produced here. Yes, we are implying that many purported Taiwanese green teas are in fact imported teas sold as being produced here. This is one of the major reasons why we don’t seek to propose green teas unless it is a tea that we’ve commissioned to be produced for us by a trusted collaborator of ours, like this one is! I remember discussing this project with our friend over 3 years ago and was hoping to be able to feature the results at the launch of Taiwan Tea Crafts in November 2012. Here we are 3 years later with more than a work in progress. This is the result of a well researched and refined process where several small test productions were attempted throughout the years to come to this well-honed tea. Made from Qing Xin, the king of high mountain tea cultivars of Taiwan, a high mountain oolong fan must try this green tea, especially if you are not so fond of green teas in general because of their grassiness. You will find this one smooth and round with light, almond like, sweet roasted accents, a good vegetal body and the flowery and balsam freshness of High Mountain Oolongs. A very rewarding sip, very different from Chinese green teas. This tea is made from organically farmed leaves but this lot is not certified as such due to the limited quantity produced.

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