WI11 Lishan Tian Fu Oolong

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Season: 2012 Spring (harvested in 2012 May)
Altitude: approximately 2200 meter above sea level
Varietal: Qingxin Oolong (Green Heart)
Origin: Tian Fu district, Heping Township, Taichung County (Li mountain area), Taiwan
Packing Method: Vacuum packaging
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Note: tea canister not available for size 75 g / 2.63 oz and samples
Oolong tea is also known as Wulong tea, Black Dragon tea and Oolong slimming tea.

Our Lishan Tian Fu Oolong Tea is handpicked and handcrafted. The tea is produced from Qingxin Oolong varietal (the most-loved Oolong tea varietal) grown in the mountain areas of Li Mountain, frequently covered with fog or clouds. The brewed Lishan Tian Fu Oolong tea has a strong and pleasant floral and sweet aroma and taste, a long-lasting flavor and a strong long-lasting sweet aftertaste. It is very smooth and delectable with almost no bitterness and astringency.

Lishan Tian Fu Oolong, also known as Pear Mountain Oolong, is one of Taiwan’s highest mountain oolong teas. Li Shan Mountain is located in Taichung County of central Taiwan, and it is renowned for producing the highest quality high mountain oolongs. The tea plantations of Li Shan range in altitude from approximately 2200 meters. The loose tea leaves are thick and juicy with a rich fragrance.

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A gentle Oolong flavor with a hint of buttered veggies is always a nice way to start things off – at least that is how I feel! :)

It smells like it tastes and it tastes like it smells! This is a nice no-nonsense type oolong! It’s rich and has a hint of fruit to it in additional to being slightly vegetal. It’s NOT bitter. I can’t quite put my finger on what type of fruit I am picking up…perhaps pear or nectarine – something rather subtle.

Regardless – I like this one A LOT

This is a real gem!

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