High Mountain Jin Xuan Oolong
Oolong (also called Wu-long) is a semi-oxidized whole-leaf tea which, in its finest form, is remarkable for the large leaves that unfold beautifully when brewed.
Oolongs can vary dramatically in flavor as they can be anywhere from 20% to 60% oxidized. China Oolongs undergo a 20% oxidation while Formosa Oolongs undergo a 60% oxidation.
This rare oolong is from tea leaves sourced in the Guantou Mountains and harvested from plantations surrounded by primeval forest. This tea is sourced from a tea plant called Jin Xuan or "Golden Lily." The natural aroma is floral and milky with a delicate flavor of chestnuts.
|Country of Origin||Taiwan|
|Tea Format||Loose Leaf|
|Tea Type||Oolong Tea|