Mountain Black Tea

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  • “5.0g, 212f, 100mL gaiwan, Brita water dry leaves smell sweet. Wet leaves smell really smoky. Overall, it started with something vegetal and ending pretty nondescript for me. Felt a little flat...” Read full tasting note

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The skill and hard work of tea makers, the high mountain elevation, and a unique genetic heritage come together to create this sweet and robust tea. Sometimes referred to by the Chinese name “Shan Cha” (Mountain Tea) this is an indigenous cultivar of tea found in Taiwan. Tea was brought to Taiwan from China in the 1700’s, however wild tea trees have been discovered (or rediscovered) in the mountains surrounding Sun Moon Lake and are now cultivated to make this tea and contribute to the development of new cultivars. Taiwan Mountain brews up a strikingly red cup of tea that carries the aroma of mountain berries and strong chocolate.

Category: Black
Oxidation: 90-100%
Origin: Sun Moon Lake, Nantou County Taiwan
Elevation: 600-800meters

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5.0g, 212f, 100mL gaiwan, Brita water

dry leaves smell sweet.
Wet leaves smell really smoky.

Overall, it started with something vegetal and ending pretty nondescript for me. Felt a little flat throughout, though not sure if that’s because I just haven’t liked black teas as much lately. Unlikely to repurchase.

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