The Baozhong from Wenshan mountains, located in northern Taiwan, is some of the best oolong tea in its style that we have had. A beautiful floral fragrance with a creamy touch and a clean taste make this a choice spring tea.
DRY LEAF: Wiry and lightly rolled with a sweet floral and creamy fragrance. This tea has a very light oxidation and a light roasting.
INFUSED LEAF: The leaves are smaller denoting the early spring pick. A beautiful floral nose.
CUP: The liquor is pale and clean. Plenty of floral fragrance. There is a nice creamy touch on the palate. Smooth cup with no bitterness. Exquisite tea!
Use 1 heaping tbsp for 8 oz cup
Water temp: 175 F
Steeping time: 2-3 mins
Gong fu style
Fill three quarters of gaiwan
Water temp: 175F
Steeping time: 1 min, 30 sec, 40 sec, 50 sec...
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