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Alishan Tsou High Mountain Tea

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Oolong Tea
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  • “It was a personal trip to Taiwan in April 2010. I'd decided to travel up to the Alishan (Mountain), not for the tea initially, more like for the scenic. Half way up, you can see lots of tea...” Read full tasting note
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From Zhong Xing Tea Factory

The high mountain tea grows at the elevation of 800 to 1500 meters. The environment is shrouded in the clouds and mist throughout the year. There is a huge temperature difference between the day and night. Under the these excellent circumstances, the bud is soft and the leaf is so thick, and it is perfect for the growing of a good tea. We hand-picked the bud and 2 or 3 leaves to make the highest quality tea. So it looks bright green, fragrance aroma, and taste relish. One of the highest ranked in Taiwan.

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It was a personal trip to Taiwan in April 2010. I’d decided to travel up to the Alishan (Mountain), not for the tea initially, more like for the scenic. Half way up, you can see lots of tea plantation. I’d entered one of the tea shop next to these tea plantation, which has walls filled with many awards and plaques. It’s actually a small tea factory. The owner treated me to a freshly brewed Alishan Tea, and I was in love. The dried tea leaves were curled in a round shape, has a dark green colour. After steeping, the tea leaves uncurled and show the unbroken full leaves. Fresh and fragrance aroma and a nice bitter sweet aftertaste. I’d gotten 3 cans then, and we continue our tea sipping session.

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Boiling

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