Alishan Oolong Tea
Sourced from Taiwan's Greater Alishan District in Chiayi County at an altitude of 1,000 - 1,200 meters above sea level, the gravel-soiled, fog-drenched tea region nurtures sky-reaching cypress and the best tea trees. The sweet high-mountain tea exudes a fresh floral fragrance and a charming alpine essence, complementing the smooth and mellow finish. Indeed this is the best-known high-mountain tea in Taiwan.
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Source of origin
Alishan Tea District, Chiayi County, Taiwan.
1,000 -1,200 meters.
Gravel soil rich in organic minerals.
Qingxin Oolong.
Fresh floral nose with charming alpine essence.
Mellow and smooth taste.
Loose Leaf Dried Tea
Tight semi-ball shape.
Hue of the tea
Yellow, honey-green.
Unfurled Tea Leaves
Green with red edge.
Tea preparation
Steeping time
Tea ware water Temperature Amount of Tea leaves 1st brew 2nd brew 3rd brew 4th brew 5th brew
De Chuan Lidded Teacup 90c.c 95℃ 5g 65sec 40sec 50sec sec sec
De Chuan Yixing Teapot 150c.c 95℃ 10g 70sec 60sec 60sec sec sec