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 flavor.
"Elegant, cultivated, rich and refined, this deep red tone conveys luxury, power and tradition."
- Laurie Pressman | Vice-President, Pantone Color Institute™
To evoke the ethos of Organic Imperial Oolong, TEALEAVES and Pantone Color Institute™ conducted an Exploration in TEA + COLOR + MOOD.
To complete the experience, Pantone Color Institute™ selected a color that would elicit the mood and champion the muse.
MUSE: The Dragon
COLOR: PANTONE 1945 C
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The Aroma of this tea is so enticing and it just give me energy to go for the day. Also, it does suppress my appetite. A cup of great tea to start the day.
Smooth, subtle taste, full bodied, elegant (if a tea can be described that way); perfect