Fabulous Wild Wu Yi Gao shan oolong tea that grows at high elevation (Gao Shan) at Ching Jing Farm. This alpine mountain area is where you find Taiwan’s most famous tea mountains. For this tea, Wuyi varietal leaves are rolled into small balls, which is the typical appearance for Taiwanese alpine oolongs, oxidation is light (20%) and roasting is minimal. The tea is light, fresh, sweetish, with a beautiful, finely milky texture, very rich in pectin, which is typical of top-quality alpine teas.
In the second half of September, a few kilograms of tea tree leaves were harvested in the mountains garden near Ching Jing, where they grow wild without any human interference (of course, excluding gentle harvesting) in the clean green mountains. Its processing involves a longer withering period and slightly stronger oxidation than is customary inSspring alpine teas. The taste is light, lively and sweet, the aroma is dominated by attractive freshness, freshly cut grass, fresh mountain flowers and fruity.
Origin: Ching Jing, Renai, Nantou, Taiwan
Harvest: September, 2018
Color of liquor: shiny yellow
Aroma: creamy, buttery, floral
Flavor: complex, creamy, floral, fruity, long-lasting, persistent
Temperature: 95º c
Steeping Time: 1min; 1,5min; 2min; 3min…