Imperial Tung Ting OolongLoose Leaf Tea | Oolong
All-seeing eyes reflect ancient knowledge and strength. Flying where mists embrace stone, the mystical animal watches protectively over the world below.
AROMA: Golden orchid, floral
PALATE: Mild, exquisite warm notes
PURPOSE: A sophisticated moment
Tung Ting ("Frozen Summit") varietal oolong leaves, grown in the ancient mountains of San Lan Shih.
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The tea gardens in this region were originally brought to Taiwan by Scholar Lin Fong Chi from Wuyi, Fujian province in the 18th century. Reflecting our internal belief that oolongs should be of lower fermentation (greener), this oolong undergoes a short fermentation to refine the flavour and orchid character. Grown at 800 m elevation, the Tung Ting region is usually covered by fog and clouds which facilitates concentration of flavour.
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This is my first oolong tea and it was an amazing experience. The smooth and delicate flavor allows the tea to be paired with any type of food, in any activity of the day.
It's my first time trying tung ting oolong and I was not disappointed. It is not too strong but was still good after brewing for a few times. If you like oolong, you should try this one.
I'm new to the world of oolong and gongfu teas, but I think I'm addicted to oolong now. I bought the sampler pack and was impressed at how pretty it was. When I tried the tea (after improving on my brewing skill), I was impressed how delicate and floral this tea is. It was a refreshing change from the usual black teas like earl grey/english breakfast. I now have a daily cup (or two after resteeping) of oolong and also love that it's not too caffeinated to eep me from sleeping at night or get crashes but just enough to perk me up in the morning.