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Winter 2017 Li Shan Oolong Tea
Li Shan translates to "Pear Mountain". Our Li Shan tea farm is located at an altitude of 8,600 ft (2,600 m), shown in the bottom picture. At such a high altitude, our tea farm is constantly emerged in low clouds and fog. This provides considerable moisture to the tea plants. The temperature difference between day time and night time can be as much as 35 degrees F (20 degrees C), which provides warm and cool air to the tea plants. This causes the tea to grow slowly and produces plants with leaves that are robust, thick, and soft.
Our Li Shan Oolong tea is fragrant because the tea leaves are harvested when the essential oils of the tea are the strongest. Its taste is mellower than green tea due to its oxidation. Its flavor is refreshing and rich. It provides a strong taste in the beginning with a lingering hint of sweet finish in your mouth and throat in the end.
Our Li Shan tea farm is one of the few high mountain tea farms in Taiwan at such high altitudes. Because of the high altitude of our tea farm, the quality of our Li Shan Oolong tea is higher, so is the demand, but the production quantity is limited. As a result, Li Shan Oolong tea is a little more expensive.
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