Oolong tea is classical sign of Taiwan. Oolong is the most important variety to Taiwan. But at the same time, Oolong refers to the tea variety "Chin-Shin-Oolong", which can also be a tea-making process. Because of its long history and early popularity, oolong can also refer to a tea with a certain flavor. Therefore, the first thing that beginners want to understand and also need to understand is usually "What is oolong tea?"

 

For a tea beginner to know Oolong tea better, we present 4 classic oolong teas with different flavors, namely: “Alishan Oolong” with high floral fragrance and solid taste; “Alishan Jinxuan” with milky fragrance that is popular among Taiwanese; traditional classics “Dongding Oolong”; and Taiwan’s unique “Oriental Beauty” tea.

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Alishan Oolong: grown on the cold hillside that is over 1200M in altitude high mountain part-fermented tea that is bitter sweet rich and smooth.

 

Alishan Jinxuan: with natural elegant milk fragrance that can only be tasted in Jinxuan. which is with mellow smooth and rich taste.

 

Dongding Oolong: it's a name of classic Taiwanese tea. It has a unique beautiful tea flavor once you've tasted that you would never forget.

 

Oriental Beauty: it's a unique summer tea of Taiwan with only one harvest time per year. Tea leaves were bitten by an particular insect, when the leaves are oxidized, the fragrance will be sweet and with musk-scent.

 

 

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Preservation Tips:

Put in a shade and dry place could be stored for decades.

But the flavor changed every couple months.

If you prefer the flavor now, please enjoy it in half year.

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Brewing Tips:

※Mug: use about 6 grams of tea each time. Warm up the mug, and pure boiling water about 350 ml, then put the tea leaves in. Brew it for two and half minutes. The second time please brew it for 5 minutes.

 

※Brew by teapot:use about 6 grams of tea each time. And use a 200 ml teapot. Warm up the the pot and put in tea leaves. Then purring boiling water.

The first brew is about 40-50 seconds. The second brew is 10 seconds, and 5-10 seconds more each time.

Keeping use the tea leaves until it's tasted less. The same tea leaves usually could be used over 5 times.