December 2017
#25 - High Mountain Hong Shui Oolong Tea

This month's batch of tea was cultivated on the lower slopes of the Shanlinxi region. Our friend, the owner of the factory where this tea was made, told us that this batch comes from a tea garden that he praised for its farm management and quality of produce. He told us that this singular batch of tea was made to order by a young man who is the only remaining heir of his family's traditional tea making style. In sum: Quality produce processed as traditional artisan tea = YES!

Specific Information About This Batch

High Mountain Hong Shui Oolong Tea

This month's batch of tea being shared with the Eco-Cha Tea Club is truly a unique find that came to us only via our dear friend and teacher.
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Eco-Cha Tea Club: High Mountain Hong Shui Oolong Tea Tasting Notes

The character of this tea is an intriguing combination of Oolong and Black Tea. The aromatic qualities offer a rich sweet profile like fruit compote. On the palate, it has a broad range of flavor, with a base of deep musky notes into a complex fruity body with subtle hints of citrus in the finish. The aftertaste lingers with a dry headiness comprised of interesting sweet/tart and astringent tones.
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