This tea comes from Moc Chau district, Son La province, Vietnam. Moc Chau is a large, mountainous area with an altitude over 1000 m above sea level. Perfect climate, rich soil, unique local cultivar and traditional processing makes this tea very high quality. This tea is made by experienced tea master, who adapted Taiwanese traditional technology to a local conditions and produces few high quality traditional style wulongs.
Red Wulong, is a special type of wulong produced mainly in Taiwan. With traditional processing, high oxidisation, and medium-level roasts, this tea represents a unique flavour profile. Everything is made with love and passion. As a result, we have a unique tea with multifaceted organoleptic properties, as well as calming and harmonising effects. This type of tea needs special skills and attention to appreciate its full potential.
These precisely spherically rolled tea leaves smell incredibly strong and sweet. Speaking of aroma, this tea shines with its bakery notes like rusk, dough, berry jam, and raisins. After keeping this tea in a warmed teapot, the aroma develops into baked fruits and woody notes. You can feel the fire and wood that was used during the traditional roasting. Right after rinsing, the aroma transforms into something fascinating and multifaceted. During the whole tea session, it is possible to find dozens of notes and nuances - plum, apple pie, cinnamon, honey, watermelon, exotic fruits, grapes, and even whiskey. The taste is deep and thick, with a tender oily texture. Notes of baked fruits, light tobacco notes, and lokum (Turkish delight). The fragrance in the aroma cup is sugary sweet with notes of berries, rose wine, and ice cream. Long-lasting sweet aftertaste.