Nonpareil Taiwan Ali-Shan Oolong Tea

Dry leaves: I smell floral and fruity notes.
Note:I forgot to take a picture. Looks like little rolled leaves.

Wet leaves: I smell strong floral notes and a light fruit note.

Light steep: I smell/taste medium floral notes and light fruit notes. (Sort of peachy)

Medium steep: I taste/smell medium floral notes. Medium fruity (peachy) notes. Light mineral notes.

Heavy steep: I taste/smell strong floral notes. Strong fruity notes (peachy) medium mineral notes

All in all this is a great tea :D great for experienced oolong fans and beginner oolong fans alike.

Growing from Ali-Shan, the southern high mountain area of Taiwan where the altitude ranges from 1,000 to 1,500m. The climate and environment is very suitable for tea tree growing.

This Qing-Xing Oolong cultivar has light milk aroma, fresh floral flavor with smooth throat sweetness and most importantly, the Ali-Shan mountain flavor from its growing environment.

This is a recommended must try for a start of Taiwan High Mountain Tea journey


Flavors: Floral, Fruity, Mineral, Peach

200 °F / 93 °C 5 g 6 OZ / 165 ML

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How I rate my tea:

Light steep 15s

Medium steep 30s

Heavy steep 1min or greater

Within the steeps:

Smell then taste.





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