Alishan Oolong Tea

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Oolong Tea
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From Song Yi Tea

Orchid aroma, Almond Peach scent

Origin :Tea-growing region with gravelly soil

Camphor Tree Lake Stone Table, Alishan, Taiwan

Altitude :1,200 to 1,300m above sea level

Cultivar :Qingxin (Green-Core) Oolong

Flavor :Orchid aroma, Almond Peach scent

Fermentation: Level 3

Roast :Light

Tea-Drinking Tips

First, get a whiff of the aroma of the dry tea. After preparing the tea, get a sniff at the fragrance of the tea and taste it slowly. After which, smell the bottom of the tea cup to enjoy the after-taste scent.

Amount of tea leaves: 1g of tea leaves with 15 cc or ml of boiling water

Temperature: 100 °C

No. of repeated infusion: 6

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Your typical Alishan-soft, floral, creamy, and just a hint fruity and nutty with a floral aroma amidst a vegetal body. This responds well to both western and gong fu, though it is a little more nuanced gong fu. It is very clean, refreshing and not badly priced, so I would recommend it as something to try. The exquisite version is better because the body is more rounded and zesty. I do like this tea, but I’m not sure what I can further add other than its good quality and worth a try.

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