The 2020 Alishan Qingxin is as good as ever. Clean floral notes that carries on and on.
A delicate oolong tea with floral and creamy notes from the high mountains of Alishan, Taiwan. Right from the bright floral notes (imagine a jasmine-lilac-cream blend) of the dry leaf that greets you upon opening the packaging to the lingering sweet finish of the tea, this high-mountain spring Alishan oolong packs the freshness of spring in every sip.
DRY LEAF: Well rolled, sharp green. Floral, creamy and fresh spring fragrance.
INFUSED LEAF: Reveals a green color with tender stalks noting a fine plucking. Strong floral nose.
CUP: Bright cup with a greenish-yellow hue. Light floral and creamy notes. A sweet lingering aftertaste. Exquisite!
1 tbsp for 8 oz cup
This tea is good for multiple steeps. 1 min / 2 min / 3 mins
Cover the bottom of your vessel you are using with a single and uniform layer of tea.
Use near boiling water.
Steeps: 1 min, 30 secs, 45 secs, 50 secs, 1 min, 1:10 mins
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Alishan is so good, and you get plenty of steepings.
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