Alishan Shi Zhao

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Detailed Information
Harvest Number: 341HO11SA
Season: 2011 Spring (Plucked during 2011 May)
Altitude: approximately 1500 meter above sea level
Oolong Varietals: Qingxin Oolong (Green Heart)
Origin: Shizhao district, Zu Qi Township, Jia Yi County (Ali mountain area), Taiwan
Packing Method: Vacuum packaging
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Product Description
Our Alishan Shi Zhao Oolong tea is handpicked and handcrafted. The tea is produced from Qingxin Oolong varietal (the most-loved Oolong tea varietal) grown in the mountain areas of Ari Mountain, frequently covered with fog or clouds. The steeped Shi Zhao oolong tea has a bright golden color, a long-lasting flavor and a sweet and fresh aftertaste. The Arishan Oolong tea is of high quality and is lovely in its rich and smooth taste.

Alishan Shi Zhao High Mountain Oolong tea is grown in the Alishan mountain range located in the mountains of Chiayi County in Taiwan. Alishan is a popular attraction among domestic as well as international tourists, and it has become one of the major landmarks associated with Taiwan. The area is also world famous for its production of quality high mountain oolong tea.

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4788 tasting notes

I LOVE Alishan! My very favorite Oolong. And this is one of the best of the best… if not the best. Did that make sense? Basically, this is one amazing Alishan. Sweet … like honey. A pleasant mouthfeel that is thick but not so much creamy as it is reminiscent of a warm, thinned honey … but not sticky.

Floral, yes, but the floral tones are not sharp or pungent, they are more of a sweet, delectable floral, with a nice fruit note in the background that makes this Alishan quite unlike any that I can ever recall.

If you only try one Alishan in your life, make it this one.


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Backlogging a cup or two from last week and I’m on my 3rd for today! This is the first time I have been able to jut down some tasting notes, tho! It’s been a CRAZY few weeks! Oye!

This isn’t like most Alishan’s I have tried…it has a bit more going on that others, I suppose! Yes…it’s creamy-smoooth…but not AS Creamy-Smooth as many other Alishan’s…in addition it has this flavor combo that I can only compare to a cross between cheerio’s, a subtle charcoal, and dried apricots and cranberries…Cran-Cots? Apri-Berries? Not sure! But it’s a VERY unique flavor – NATURALLY – on the tongue! It’s hard to put it in the same class as other Alishans because it’s so noticeably different! Kudos for Creative!

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I should have let the third steep sit longer before drinking it. Ah well. Mild but good. The forth steep is still creamy smooth. Astringency is gone. I know this tastes floral but I can’t really tell what kind of flower I’m tasting. And the apricot flavor comes out in the later steeps. Really good!

I’m checking out the unfurled leaves here and they are all two leaves and a bud. This may explain the caffeine I’m feeling. Maybe.

I’m gonna go for a fifth steep later this evening. That’s probably the last steep these leaves can take. I’m so glad I took a chance and ordered from here. Try it people!

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