Taiwanese High Mountain Tea
Yu Rong Yunn High Mountain tea, comes from the Mountain region of Nantou in Taiwan. Known from its alpine climate at 1,500 meters, it is perpetually covered under fog, which gives the tea its unique and exquisite flavor.
High Mountain tea, Oolong comes from the Mountain region of Nantou in Taiwan. Known from its alpine climate at 1,500 meters, it is perpetually covered under fog, This is a semi-fermented tea. Known for its exquisite flavor it has fetched many prizes in World wide Tea competitions. Keeping all the natural healing factors of Green tea, but without the “raw” grassy taste of green tea it has a delicate flavor.
Method of Infusion
Total No of Infusions: 2 Western / 6 Traditional
Western: Pre heat water to 95’C and add 1 Tablespoon ( 8 gms) tea to 500 ml water. Steep for 5 minutes for 1st serving; 7 minutes for 2nd serving.
Tradiontional: Using a Gaiwan or yixing Teapot pre heat water to 95’C, first rinse the pot. Use 7 gms tea. Timing for 6 Steeps: rinse,25s,25s,30s,60s,70s,80s.