Alishan is one of Taiwan’s best and beloved mountain people.
Weight per package: 50 grams
Origin: Taiwan Island
Taste: Moderately sweet with creamy notes
Aroma: mountain flowers and berries
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Mountain Alishan Oolong Tea (高山地阿里山烏龍茶 –
Alishan on Taiwanist üks parimaid ja armastatud mägipiirkondade inimeste seas oolong. Alishan district is located in Chiayi County of Taiwan, which is a famous tea-producing area. Alishan tea can be taken as the representative of Taiwan high mountain tea and the source of it. Tea gardens are located at the altitude between 800 meters to 1400 meters. The tea districts are distributed among the mountain tribes of Longmei, Xiding, Guanghua, Shizhuo, Shizilu, Dabang, Lijia and Fengshan. The teas produced by these mountain tribes are generally called Alishan high mountain tea.
One of Taiwan’s finest teas grown on the high altitude, misty slopes of Alishan mountain in Ghiayi County, the beautiful, twisted, dense pellets of tea give a pale, clear, greeny-yellow liquor that has an intense, sweet, very slightly toasted aroma and a full, creamy, slightly sappy flavour with distinct green tea notes. Ali Shan is an important tourist destination in Taiwan. The huge mountain, rising to a peak of more than 8,500 feet (2,600 m), is equipped with an elaborate infrastructure to handle the thousands of visitors that flock there every year to watch the sunrise from the summit, to hike in the forest or to take the local steam train. The highly renowned tea gardens are located on various lower slopes.
Rich and heady floral aromas are released from the emerald-green leaves. The delicately vegetal infusion gives off notes of fruit and pastry. In the mouth, aromas of coconut, exotic fruit and vanilla combine in a luxurious bouquet. The whole fades into a long, sweet finish of flower nectar The texture is smooth and supple.
Alishan Oolong contains a lot of vitamins and other useful trace elements that strengthen the immune system and increase resistance to viral infections.
It has antibacterial properties.
Blood pressure increases.
Strengthens blood vessel walls.
Strengthens gums and teeth.
Removes mental and physical stress.
To enjoy this drink as much as possible, you need to properly prepare it.
The best way to brew tea is to use 85-90% of the water that is produced in the gaiwan.
Two teaspoons (7-8 grams) of tea leaves should be filled with water
150 ml and leave for 20-60 seconds. After making tea, you can feel the perfect aroma, and the taste of tea will conquer you with sweetness, softness and tenderness.
This tea production volumes are limited, so the tea is not widespread in China or the rest of the world.
Weight of one package: 50 grams
Species: Dark Oolong
Taste: strong, sweet
Aroma: apples, cinnamon, resin, nuts, tree.
Color: Bronze Brown
Weight per package: 50 grams Type: strong maturity Taste: dense, rich, yet soft, sweet aftertaste Aroma: deep and sweet, with vanilla notes Color: chestnut, greenish
Package: 5pcs * 10gr Origin: Fujian Species: Oolong Secondary fermentation Aroma: gentle, light, floral notes Taste: thin, pleasant, with a later sweet aftertaste Color: clear, light yellow
In the final stage of processing, the tea is roasted on firewood at high temperature. When it is frying, its color turns from green to black.
Weight of one package: 50 grams
Taste: Sweet tooth, durable strength
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Weight per package: 100 grams Type: strong maturity Taste: dense, rich, yet soft, sweet aftertaste Aroma: deep and sweet, with vanilla notes Color: chestnut, greenish