Yushan High Mountain Oolong, $14.99 (2oz/56g)

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"...the depth and complexity of flavor make this tea stand out." 

High atop Taiwan's central mountain range sits Jade Mountain and a 5-minute walk from its National Park border is Farmer Luo's tea garden.  It's honestly one of the most beautiful farms we have ever seen.  It's so amazing being there surrounded by majestic mountains on all sides and unfortunately pictures just can't capture it.  

We've been working with Farmer Luo for quite a while now and he always delivers excellent tea.  Most of his tea bushes are 20 years old and they are all brimming with health.  Very reasonably priced we encourage you to give it a try.

You can order a 10 gr. sample in the pull-down menu below or get better pricing with higher volume

Cultivar:          Qingxin

Location:         Yushan  

Elevation:        +/- 1600M

Harvest:          Spring 2024


Standard Gaiwan (about 130ml or half a cup of liquid)

Warm up your gaiwan with hot water first, pour it out, then add 3-6g of dry leaf, depending on how strong you like your tea. Fill your gaiwan covering the leaves with fresh hot water (195°/90°c), pour out this "rinse", then add a second round of water.  Cover your gaiwan and wait for 30 to 45 seconds. Pour everything into a decanter through a strainer, let it cool to a comfortable drinking temperature, then enjoy. Repeat this process several times, gradually increasing the steeping time by 5-10 seconds for each infusion. You can find a good decanter HERE,  a good strainer HERE, and some nice cups to share tea with friends HERE.

Traditional Teapots 

Depending on the size of your "gongfu" teapot, the old-school advice is to loosely cover the bottom of your teapot in High Mountain Oolong dry leaf.  Follow the same perimeters of gaiwan brewing.  Teapot brewing is highly individual so use this as a starting point and develop your own style based on what you like to get out of each tea.  You can find suitable teapots at all price ranges HERE.

The Easy Ways

Coffee cup - Add one teaspoon to one cup of hot water (195°/90°c) for 4 minutes. Strain and enjoy.  Repeat up to three times. 

Coffee press - If you have a coffee press or a nice traditional western teapot you want to enjoy, just double the above - 2 teaspoons to 2 cups of fresh hot water.  Or with practice, you can use less tea and longer brewing times.

NOTE: Tea balls and similar brewing methods are not recommended.

On-the-Go Grandpa-Style

When I'm out working, I like to use an drinking thermos like a Yeti.  The key to these is to use less dry leaf.  I use about 1/2 teaspoon or 3g.  You can use boiling water and let it set for around 5 minutes until you cover it.  It should be at a good drinking temp for quite a while now.  When you're dry, just refill and repeat all day long.