Ohhhh! Where have you been all my life?
This is spectacular!
It’s Rich, Creamy, Sweet, Brothy, and both sip-able and/or Gulp-able! It has notes of Honeysuckle but also lime and lime type flavors.
“Ohhhh! Where have you been all my life? This is spectacular! It's Rich, Creamy, Sweet, Brothy, and both sip-able and/or Gulp-able! It has notes of Honeysuckle but also lime and lime type...” Read full tasting note
“Very tasty! A balance of creamy, sweet, and brothy flavors, slightly citrusy. Sorry to everyone waiting on the Traveling Teabox, I packed it up to mail it last Friday, but I realized I didn't...” Read full tasting note
Season: 2012 Spring (harvested in 2012 May)
Altitude: approximately 2000 meter above sea level
Varietal: Qingxin Oolong (Green Heart)
Origin: Cui Feng district, Ren Ai Township, Nan Tou County, Taiwan
Packing Method: Vacuum packaging
Note: actual packaging may be different from the photos
Note: tea canister not available for size 75 g / 2.63 oz and samples
Oolong tea is also known as Wulong tea, Black Dragon tea and Oolong slimming tea.
The picture of the brewed tea below is for reference only, NOT actual photo. The real brewed tea has a similar color depending on steeping time.
This high quality Lishan Cui Feng Oolong Tea is handpicked, handcrafted and produced from Qingxin Oolong varietal grown in the mountain areas of Cui Feng district in the mountain areas of Lishan. The aroma and taste of the tea are intensely floral and sweet, very rich, complex and delectable. With light honeysuckle-like flavors, this tea comes with a very sweet and long lasting aftertaste, and stands up very well to multiple infusions. It is a very enjoyable Lishan tea we recommend.
Cui Feng Oolong is one of Taiwan’s highest mountain oolong teas. Cui Feng is located in Nantou County of central Taiwan, and it is renowned for producing the highest quality high mountain oolongs. The tea plantations of Cui Feng range in altitude from approximately 2000 meters. The loose tea leaves are thick and juicy with a rich fragrance.
The stylish tea canister we select for our quality Cui Feng oolong has a copper wall and a characteristic picture of Li Shan oolong printed on it along with Li Shan Oolong Tea in Chinese. The reserve quality of the canister offers exceptional function for tea storage to protect your tea from damage caused by light, air and moisture.
Our Cui Feng Oolong tea is packed with heat-sealed, light-shading and air-tight teabags to ensure the freshness of the tea. The vacuum packing effectively retains the delicate aroma of tea leaves within all the way of storage and shipment.
Cui Feng district is part of Ren Ai tea region located in Nantou County.
Your satisfactions are our priorities. To ensure that you have a great shopping experience with us, we include a three gram free sample for the purchase of this tea, excluding sample sizes and 75 g / 2.63 oz. If you are not satisfied for any reason, simply return the tea (unopened original packaging) within 20 days of delivery for a full refund of the purchase price. For more details, please see Help: Return Policy.
The competition brewing style uses three grams of oolong tea leaves (the size of our free sampler) in 120 ml of boiling water for 5 minutes. Although not optimal, the method is widely used by professionals for objective evaluation of an oolong tea. If you look for a tasting set, our quality 120 cc oolong tea tasting set is as low as $5.99 available at the category of Teaware.
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Very tasty! A balance of creamy, sweet, and brothy flavors, slightly citrusy.
Sorry to everyone waiting on the Traveling Teabox, I packed it up to mail it last Friday, but I realized I didn’t have Yappy’s address… I guess I forgot to get it after the change in shipping order