This lightly oxidized oolong from the Song Bo region in Nantou is produced year-round. Enjoy the unique blossom-like fragrance which is reminiscent of lilac & orchid, then taste the prominent honey & pineapple notes.
Si Jie Shun Oolong
Origin: Taiwan Estate: Nantou
1. Fill kettle with fresh water. 2. Heat water until below boiling (approximately 195-205°). 3. 2-3 teaspoons (3-5 grams) of tea per 6-8 oz. cup or pot. 4. Rinse leaves by pouring the heated water over the dry leaves, discard liquid immediately. 5. Pour heated water over leaves, Steep for 30 seconds - 1 minute. 6. Subsequent steeps longer, up to 4 minutes.
*Oolong leaves are traditionally steeped several times per sitting*
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High-grown tea from Anxi county in China's Fujian Province. These emerald green, tightly rolled, lightly oxidized leaves are delicately scented with evening-picked Jasmine petals. The sweet, golden liquor with hints of grass & apricot rewards us with a lingering floral essence.