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  1. No. 229 - Formosa Oolong Tea

    No. 229 - Formosa Oolong Tea

    Smooth and slightly sweet; toasty with a touch of dryness. Learn More
  2. No. 157 - Tie Guan Yin "Iron Goddess of Mercy" Oolong Tea

    No. 157 - Tie Guan Yin "Iron Goddess of Mercy" Oolong Tea

    Tie Guan Yin "Iron Goddess of Mercy" Oolong Tea is a type of Oolong tea, and is – deservedly – one of the most revered and sought after type tea in China. Sometimes also written as Ti Kuan Yin or Iron Goddess Oolong Tea. Apart from its amazing taste, this tea also has great health benefits, being high in amino acids, vitamins and antioxidants.

    Tie Guan Yin is a slightly fermented tea, that sits between highly fermented black teas and unfermented green and white teas. This allows it to combine the best of both worlds – the great floral taste and aroma of black teas with all the health benefits of green and white teas.

    During production it is hand rolled into small, compact leaf balls. This is where it gets it’s name – Tieguanyin means “iron” in Chinese, because when you drop the tea into a pot or cup it pings just an small iron ball when it hits the bottom.

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  3. No. 169 - Nonpareil Taiwanese Da Yu Ling High Mountain Oolong Tea

    No. 169 - Nonpareil Taiwanese Da Yu Ling High Mountain Oolong Tea

    The Nonpareil Taiwan Da Yu Ling High Mountain Oolong Tea is grown in the area at the altitude of 2500 meters, in which the climate is cold and forests grow well. This cold and moisture condition is suitable for tea trees’ growth. In addition, the soil here is fertile, meanwhile performs well in drainage. Thus the tea leaves carry a natural scent of flower and fruit.

    The fresh tea leaf of Da Yu Ling Tea is thick and fleshy, has bright green color – these are the features of high mountain tea. After brewed, the tea liquid is clean, bright and light, with obvious floral fragrance and long lasting aroma. It can also be infused for many times. This Nonpareil Taiwan DaYuLing High Mountain Oolong Tea is a representation of high quality Taiwan Tea.

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  4. No. 168 - Nonpareil Taiwanese Li Shan Oolong Tea

    No. 168 - Nonpareil Taiwanese Li Shan Oolong Tea

    Speaking on Taiwan tea, Li Shan Oolong Tea is the top level Taiwan Gao Leng oolong tea. The special phrase Gao Leng, 高冷(gāo lěng) in Chinese, means high and cold, refers to the environment at high altitudes and in low temperature. Li Shan tea trees are grown in this high and cold environment, making the tea leaf soft, thick with high content of pectin substances. This unique feature cannot be found on the teas grown in low altitude areas. Just as an old Chinese saying that human beings are shaped by the land around them. So are the tea trees. By this token, growing of the tea trees, picking the fresh tea leaves, as well as processing of the tea all reply on the environment condition. The climate in Lishan Mountain makes Gao Leng Tea in a limited output. It is a remarkable tea.

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  5. No. 167 - Superfine Taiwanese Moderately-Roasted Dong Ding Oolong Tea

    No. 167 - Superfine Taiwanese Moderately-Roasted Dong Ding Oolong Tea

    In Taiwan Oolong Tea, Dong Ding Oolong Tea is an excellent kind highly praised by the world. Dong Ding is originally planted on Dongding Mountain, which is a branch of Phoenix Mountain, in Lugu Village, Nantou County, Taiwan. The tea is planted in the area at the altitude of 1000 meters. So this is also a High Mountain tea, which is known as its obvious floral fragrance. This Moderately-Roasted Dong Ding Oolong Tea is made of the tea leaves from Qing Xin Oolong tea tree. By roasting the tea, this Dong Ding Oolong has thick and soft leaf, smooth and brisk tea liquid. Meanwhile the strong floral fragrance makes it taste rich. This is the reason that High Mountain tea is more excellent than low altitude tea. What’s more, this brings more opportunities for tea lovers to try different flavors.

    The difference between Dong Ding Qing Xiang Oolong Tea (not roasted) and Moderately-Roasted Dong Ding Oolong is the process of roast. This process makes the Moderately-Roasted Dong Ding taste more mellow and full, has the special roasted sweet taste.

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  6. No. 165 - Taiwanese High Mountain Oolong Tea

    No. 165 - Taiwanese High Mountain Oolong Tea

    Although Taiwan originates from Fujian, China, its flavor is quite distinct with Fujian Oolong tea. Like this Taiwan High Mountain Oolong Tea, it is recommended for beginners of Taiwan oolong. Different from the high aroma of Fujian Oolong, this tea has light floral fragrance. When sip the liquid, you can feel the sweet taste. If you want to taste new flavor, or try Taiwan Oolong, you can start with this Taiwan High Mountain Oolong Tea, by experiencing its flower scent and sweet flavor. Learn More
  7. No. 161 - Guang Dong Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong Tea

    No. 161 - Guang Dong Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong Tea

    Phoenix Dan Cong is a famous Tie Guan Yin from Guangdong Province. The tea has a high aroma with a different taste between the first sip and aftertaste. Along with the fragrance of sweet potato, an aroma of litchi will also be felt from the liquid. Be aware of the infusion of this tea. If you use gaiwan, remember to quickly pour the liquid into your pitcher, instead of a long time’s infusion. A shorter time for the first brew will bring a more wonderful taste because the fruity aroma is stronger by now. Learn More
  8. No. 159 - Da Hong Pao "Big Red Robe" Wuyi Rock Oolong Tea

    No. 159 - Da Hong Pao "Big Red Robe" Wuyi Rock Oolong Tea

    Da Hong Pao Tea, origin in Wuyi Mountain, is always regarded as famous Wuyi Rock Tea and reputed as “King of Tea”.

    This wuyi Da Hong Pao is made in spring from tea leaves with standard of one bud with three leaves from C.sinensis cv. Dahongpao. Roasted with traditional wood charcoal for three times, this tea is well-balanced of baked aroma and floral fragrance. The tea liquor is of high aroma, and the tastes of the first 6 infusions changes as: sweet refreshing and brisk – mellow and thick with slight bitterness – gentle and mild. The yanyun “charming rocky rhyme” which is favoured for rock tea lovers is also well reflected in this Wuyi Rock Da Hong Pao tea. The Da Hong Pao tea could get richer, mellower and more complex taste after some time of storage of the newly tea. The tea will present characteristics such as its high and long lasted floral fragrance, smooth, rich, sweet and refreshing aftertaste.

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  9. No. 160 - Taiwanese Ginseng (Lan Gui Ren) Oolong Tea

    No. 160 - Taiwanese Ginseng (Lan Gui Ren) Oolong Tea

    We bought this tea from Lugu township, Taiwan. As a mixture of 95 percent of traditional Oolong tea and 5 percent of American ginseng, this tea is called Ginseng Oolong. American ginseng is a kind of panax, which can promote blood circulation and improve immunity. Ginseng Oolong tea has not only the aroma of oolong, but also a particular flavor of American ginseng. This tea is much suitable for people interested in the health effects of teas. Learn More
  10. No. 171 - Charcoal-Baked Anxi Tie Guan Yin Oolong Tea

    No. 171 - Charcoal-Baked Anxi Tie Guan Yin Oolong Tea

    The processing of this baked Tie Guan Yin tea (TGY) is complex and requires expertise when compared with the regular fresh-scent (lightly baked) TGY. The fresh-scent type needs to be roasted slowly over charcoal fire (100℃) for about 3 hours to produce the baked type. By this way the resulting TGY liquor is clear, golden yellow with some light red hues. A hint of flowers sweetness and baked notes can be detectable in the first brewing which creates a smooth, full-bodied mouthfeel. The following brewing is very clear and the baked notes become more distinct. The 3rd brewing tends to be more floral with a slightly sweet aftertaste. Even after 5 brewing this tea still can create a spectrum of pleasant flavors in your oral cavity, without being overwhelming or bitter. Learn More
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