Taiwan Qingjing High Mountain Oolong Tea – 150g

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Harvested on October 25, 2023, Qingjing High Mountain Oolong Tea comes from a tea plantation located at an altitude of 1700 meters. The tea leaves harvested on that day are exceptionally tender, and tender tea leaves often carry a hint of bitterness. However, through additional processing steps, the bitterness can be eliminated, transforming the tea into a rich and layered fruity fragrance.

Qingjing is a renowned farm and tourist attraction in Ren’ai Township, Nantou County, Taiwan, known for its beautiful alpine scenery and rich natural environment. The area around this farm also produces other high-quality agricultural products such as persimmons, peaches, lilies, tulips, and more. The favorable environment has attracted tea farmers to cultivate tea leaves in the vicinity.

Similar to other high-mountain tea regions, the high-altitude environment in the Qingjing area results in significant temperature differences between day and night, enhancing the aroma and flavor of the tea leaves. What sets Qingjing apart is the tea leaves’ distinctive characteristics of freshness and floral notes, with the possibility of fruity undertones when harvested under optimal conditions. The tea infusion presents a beautiful golden hue. Due to these unique flavors, Qingjing Oolong Tea replaced peaches and lilies over a decade ago, becoming the most representative local specialty and one of Taiwan’s premier high-mountain tea-producing areas.

  • Using very young tea leaves as raw material, adding a process to eliminate the bitterness of the young leaves, transforming the bitterness into a rich fruity aroma.
  • The tea plantation has sandy soil, providing excellent drainage that enhances the aroma of the tea leaves.
  • The tea plantation is located in a high-altitude area, benefiting from the cold climate and abundant rainfall, resulting in a robust flavor and high sweetness in the tea.
Weight 150 g
Tea plantation altitude (meters)

1700m

Harvesting date

2023/10/25

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