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2009 Spring Li Shan

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Oolong Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by spittingoutteeth
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195 °F / 90 °C 1 min, 30 sec

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From Camellia Sinensis

This high mountain tea of Taiwan, comes from relatively planting. A high quality, whole-leaf offers an excellent balance floral and vegetal aromas. A fresh flavoured liquor with a pleasant viscosity. Ideal for relaxing and studying.

Quantity of leaf / 250ml of water 1 tea spoon
Infusion Time +/- 4 minutes
Infusion temperature 95 °C

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I’m a big fan of Taiwanese high mountain oolongs, and this Li Shan from Camellia Sinensis is one of my personal favorites. While most high-mountain oolongs require a long infusion to draw out the subtle flavors, this Li Shan makes a hearty and fragrant cup in just over 1 min. when brewed gong fu style and rewards with several quality reinfusions. The aroma is like the first lilacs of spring and the taste is fruity and thirst quenching. A wonderful tea to celebrate the coming of the new spring!

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 1 min, 30 sec
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I’ve had Li Shan Winter 2009 by Red Blossom Tea Co. and it really reminds me of some Japanese greens. I wanted to get the spring in shop but they were sold out.

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