Winter 2020. Lishan. Sweet aroma, fruit and floral taste profile.
Grown Without Pesticides
Tsuei Luan oolong tea is grown in the Tsuei Luan district of Li Shan (Pear Mountain). This area is a former fruit producing region which was converted to tea plantations in the late 1970's. The soil quality of the former orchards is excellent, and the high altitude (more than 2,000 meters) of this district provides a cool, moist climate - ideal conditions for growing tea.
Tsuei Luan oolong tea has an exquisitely sweet aroma and interesting flavor profile. The slightly floral taste has a definite fruit undertone - said to be the result of growing tea on orchard land. This tea has a very pleasing flavour that makes it one of the most popular teas amongst Taiwan tea connoisseurs.
Sample Available: Feng Fu Sample Pack
|Harvest Date||November 2020|
| Varietal ||Chin Shin (Green Heart - qing xin - 青心烏龍)|
|Origin||Cui Hua Village (翠華), Li Shan, Nantou County, Taiwan|
|Elevation ||2,000 meters (6,600 feet)|
|Chinese Name ||翠巒高級烏龍茶|
|Pinyin ||cuì luán gāojí wūlóngchá|
Here are some guidelines for brewing Tsuei Luan oolong tea. These are meant as a starting point only. Please adjust to suit your individual preferences.
- Brewing vessel: 150cc (5 US fluid ounces)
- 6 grams of tea leaves
- Water temperature: 85 - 90 C (185 - 190 F)
- Infusion durations: 30 seconds, 45 seconds, 1 minute 15 seconds, 2 minutes, and 3 minutes
The taste of the brewed tea is affected by the water quality, water temperature, amount of tea leaves, type of brewing vessel and the duration of each infusion.