HIGH MOUNTAIN ROYAL YUSHAN

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  • “Ahhh… green oolongs smell so wonderful. Lightly floral, slightly buttery, and mouth-wateringly mineral. The first infusion has a very smooth mouth feel. Leafgreen flavors like fresh spinach, and...” Read full tasting note
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As delicate and airy as high mountain oolong gets!

Because this tea is so soft and delicate, brew this tea on its own in a dedicated session to get the best out of the leaves.

Yushan is a lesser known region in Taiwan, since most of the Yushan area is a protected national park where tea cultivation is not allowed. This particular garden is just outside the national park but in the same gorgeous, high elevation environment. No pesticides or chemical fertilizers are used in the garden, which really captures the essence of the high mountain environment.

Winter Harvest:

This super elegant Yushan is made from a special winter harvest called dong pian, or winter petal, which only happens when the weather conditions allow the tea bushes to sprout twice during the winter. Dong pian harvests don’t happen every year, and when they do happen, the yield is lower but the leaves are more concentrated and sweet.

Notes: Sweet, Delicate, Airy

Origin: Yushan, Taiwan

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Ahhh… green oolongs smell so wonderful. Lightly floral, slightly buttery, and mouth-wateringly mineral. The first infusion has a very smooth mouth feel. Leafgreen flavors like fresh spinach, and deciduous forest leaf. Slight mineral notes of wet rock and popcorn butter. The second infusion shows lots of fresh florals and a bit of apricot. I wish there were more mineral notes but

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