Da Yu Ling Winter Oolong

<meta http-equiv=”refresh” content=”0; URL=/?_rdr=p&_fb_noscript=1″ />One type of tea tree can create unthinkable amazing diversity and wonder Da Yu Ling Winter Oolong The mixture of green beans, floral, nuts and fruity note gave us a chance to enjoy the touch of sun and the mysterious mist in the high altitude valley. It whisped the wisdom of […]

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Alishan Jin Xuan Oolong

Alishan Jin Xuan Oolong  Jin Xuan Oolong was mistakenly translated as “Milky Oolong”, it misled people to think it has strong milky aroma. Actually its natural aroma of dried leaf is pretty fine mixture of green and floral aroma. Once it’s been warmed up, then there is very fine “creamy” silky flavour. The color is […]

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Dark Oolong from Northeren Thailand

They claimed it as ” Dark Oolong tea, origin:Northeren Thailand. Type of tea tree: unknowen. Evaluation: 1.The color indeed is dark green, But itis has no aroma or flavour of Oolong tea 2. The picking was rough, many broken leaves. Some leaves are dried and hard. The length of tea leaf: +/-7cm⋯⋯ 3. Also have […]

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Fou Shou Oolong from >100 years old tea tree

百年老欉佛手 Fou Shou from eco-friendly tea estate in Yong Chuen, Fijian. Trees are older than 100 years, growing in the wild nature The dried leaves give a rich woody with the touch of floral aroma. The 1st infusion was a total surprise by its profound astringent taste that immediately stimulated the sour reaction on both […]

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