Fu Shou Shan Premium Jade Oolong - Winter 2015

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Oolong Tea
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190 °F / 87 °C 0 min, 30 sec 5 g 4 oz / 130 ml

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With Da Yu Ling tea plantations being uprooted to allow for natural restoration, Fu Shou Shan has become “the place” for high elevation Jade Oolong tea in Taiwan. As the king of High Mountain Jade Oolong, Fu Shou Shan not only has the highest elevation, but is also a very difficult tea to acquire because there are few plantations and the high elevation allows for a very low yield each season. It’s well-earned popularity, and the extremely high price makes it a “legendary” tea to every Jade Oolong lover.

This tea is the result of years of experience and careful cultivation on the part of the tea growers. We were in the mountain for several days to find the very best batch of tea that will stand out from the crowd. The waiting is a mix of excitement and exhaustion, but it is all worth it. Once the water is being poured onto the leaves, the pungent aroma and strong after taste will satisfy anyone who is looking for the most authentic Fu Shou Shan experience. We invite anyone who loves high mountain Jade Oolong to enjoy this unique experience with us.

Harvest: Winter 2015 / 冬 二零一五

Varietal: Qin Xing Oolong / 青心烏龍

Elevation: 2600 M

Region: Fu Shou Shan Mountain / 福壽山

Oxidation Level: 20%

Roast Level: 0

Best Time of Savouring (Reference Only): Summer 2016 ~ Winter 2020

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I’m still somewhat of a neophyte when it comes to Oolongs, but I think I can recognize a truly spectacular one. This is both delicate and substantial at the same time with the perfect balance of melon, lemon and orange flavors. I’m still experimenting with steep times, but the tea is pretty forgiving and there’s something in each steep to enchant.

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 0 min, 30 sec 5 g 4 OZ / 130 ML

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