Teas from Da Yu Ling has been sought after for its delicate flavours, which is gifted by its naturally high altitude. Known as the highest tea mountain in Taiwan, the region will be reclaimed by the government over the next few years to preserve its pristine environment. Much to the dismay of tea lovers! This year’s harvest have been eagerly awaited due to the dryer season, which also means slower growth of plants and more concentrated tea leave contents! A delicate and fragrant tea, with a lingering after taste as the steeps draw on. This is a tea that is wasted when drank in haste, so do find time to sit down and savour its flavors!
Origins: Da Yu Ling, Taichung County, Taiwan
Harvest: May 2018 (Higher altitude, spring arrives later)
Ingredients: Pure Tea leaves, no added flavours.
Brewing Suggestions: Best brewed Kung Fu Style at 90 degrees celcuis, 4-5 grams leaves to 100ml water, steeped for 75-90 seconds. Good for 3-5 steeps.
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