Surprising wild Taiwan oolong tea made from seed-propagated tea trees (original cultivar planted by Fujian Chinese, likely from Wu Yi area) growing just a few meters from the Pacific Ocean. The leaves are large, lightly oxidized, heavily rolled and moderately roasted achieving a very characteristic greyish color. Its aroma is nutty while its taste is smooth and velvety. Take advantage… it’s certainly not everyday you get to enjoy such nice wild oolong tea.
Origin: Gangkou, Ping Dong, Taiwan
Harvest: Spring 2017
Color of liquor: deep golden yellow
Aroma: roasted chestnuts, grilled corn,whole grain rice, roasted nuts
Flavor: whole grains, green bananas, seaweed, lightly spicy
Temperature: 100º c
Steeping time: 1min; 1,5min; 2min…