Shanlinxi Long Feng Xia Oolong

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Harvest Number: 372HO11SA
Season: 2011 Spring (Plucked during 2011 May)
Altitude: approximately 1700 meter above sea level
Oolong Varietals: Qingxin Oolong (Green Heart)
Origin: Long Feng Xia district in Shanlinxi area, Zhu Shan Township, Nantou County, Taiwan
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Product Description
Oolong tea is also known as Wulong tea, Black Dragon tea and Oolong slimming tea.

Our Shanlinxi Long Feng Xia Oolong tea is handpicked and handcrafted. The tea is produced from Qingxin Oolong varietal grown in Long Feng Xia district located in the mountain areas of Shanlinxi, frequently covered with fog or clouds. The ideal tea growing environment of the high mountain plantations makes the tea high quality. The color of the soup is bright yellow, and the taste is mild, smooth, pleasant and brisk with a strong sweet aftertaste.

Shanlinxi Long Feng Xia High Mountain Oolong tea is grown at Long Feng Xia located in the Shanlinxi mountain range in Zhushan township of Nantou county of central Taiwan. The mountain range is one of the most popular and famous high-mountain-oolong growing regions in Taiwan. The tea are grown at approximately 1700 meters above sea levels, and most tea trees grown in this area are Qingxing Oolong, which is the most sought-after varietal.

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LOVE! The flavor is very floral, intensely floral! With the first cup, I noticed strong honeysuckle-like flavors … with the second cup (infusions number three and four), I found it to be more like honeysuckle and Orchid, and with the third cup, the floral notes became more like a mellow medley with fewer distinct notes. Mouthfeel is smooth and rich. Lovely sweetness to this tea, and hints of peach and citrus.

Wonderful Oolong!!!

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Oh! I already logged this one! Well, see previous notes…I’m drinking a cuppa now. Sending the rest to Azz


Oh thank you!

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Weekend mornings are oolong mornings, it seems. It’s just that I always want to spend time with an oolong and evenings are bad because of the caffeine so it’s always got to be a day with I have a few morning hours to spare. This oolong is definitely worth the time.

Steep 1: Mmm…so floral honey and creamy and sweet. It has an unusual crispness. I’m not sure how to describe it, but it’s intriguing and delicious.

Steep 2: Vegetal now, but still sweet and smooth. It tastes like summer. Like the smell of the country in July, full of promise for a fruitful harvest. (I hope you’ll forgive my poetic inclinations this morning. :)) It’s also a delicious floral perfume and a hint of fresh cut grass or maybe budding spring greenery. I’m trying to describe it objectively, but this tea just tastes like imagery instead. No wonder oolongs always make me feel so meditative.

Steep 3: More vegetal and more creamy. Like a creamy vegetable soup. Asparagus? not really… milder. artichoke heart? hmm… maybe.

Steep 4: That floral essence is sort of in the background now with the vegetal aspect being more assertive. That odd delicious crispiness is also stronger. It is pleasantly drying on the tongue. There’s a bit of a honey aftertaste. The caffeine has me feeling alert and invigorated, which is great since I plan on going for a jog soon. It’s such a beautiful day, I might not even need music to convince myself to keep going just a little longer. :)

I think I’m good now. I maybe steep more later but I’m done for the moment. Good bye delicious oolong samples from t-oolongtea. I’d buy more but I’ve got lots of tea to drink through first. I really need to drink through my collection faster! I need more visitors so I can make tea for them! Also, when I ask people what sort of tea they’re interested in, they NEVER pick oolong. Sad.

EDIT: My 200th tasting note! Cheers! clinks mugs all around :)


weekends are made for lounging around and drinking tea!


Agree! With an awesome book!


Amen on the awesome book addendum. Sneaked in an hour to finish “The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society” this afternoon and I think I’m ready to start it all over again.


Congrats !!!!


Woot! Congrats!


200 notes, nice!! congrats!!!


Yay!!! Congrats! : )

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This has been such an enjoyable tea that I’m sad to see it go. I love watching the tea leaves unfurl. So beautiful. The floral honey flavor is excellent. Oolongs really are the best.

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