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LONG FENG XIA

PINE FOREST STREAM
WULONG

Shan Ling Xi, Nantou, Taiwan

High mountain wulong from Shan Ling Xi area, Nantou country, Taiwan. Due to a special climate and high altitude, made by experienced tea master, this is the highest quality tea with unique aroma and taste. One of the nowadays Taiwanese 'Qing Xiang' (Fresh aroma) classics definitely worth to try.

ORGANIC

AROMA
Floral, grassy
TASTE
Milky, Honey

ALTITUDE: 1700 m
CULTIVAR: Qing Xin
HARVEST: Spring, 2021

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PINE FOREST STREAM

ORIGIN
Taiwanese 'Qing Xiang' wulongs are famous for their floral, honey flavour and milky texture. Due to the perfect environment, high altitude and mastery of a tea master this tea considered as one of the most famous teas in Taiwan. Shan Lin Xi is a nature reserve where local farmers cultivate and produce different kinds of tea. This tea is harvested in spring, when first young sprouted leaves are grown. This tea is made from whole leaf material and have very deep and thick taste, Thanks to special Taiwanese cultivar Qing Xin, this tea is quite different in its notes and nuances comparing with others 'Qing Xiang' wulongs.

ORGANOLEPTICS

Aroma of a dry tea leaf is quite calm and gentle, but right after the warming, tea leaves start to develop sweet grassy fragrance with floral notes. The taste is tender and thick with notes of honey and different pasty associations. Oily texture with creamy aftertaste. This tea is refreshing and calming at the same time what makes this tea an excellent choice for warm and hot weather. It is worth to brew this tea using ‘Gongfu Cha’ method to appreciate subtle changes during tea ceremony.
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