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Li Shan High Mountain, 2012

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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 flavored liquor with a pleasant viscosity. Ideal for relaxing and studying.

Li Shan (Pear Mountain) is part of the Jade mountain range. This is where the highest mountains of Taiwan are found.
Li Shan is the highest tea-growing region in Taiwan. Oolong tea plantations lie between 1800 meters and 2650 meters. These altitudes provide ideal conditions for oolong tea. Li Shan has a low temperature year-round with abundant moisture. The higher altitudes see winter snow and even during the spring oolong tea harvest there is a chill in the air.

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