Taichung, Formosa | 2020 Autumn Pick Just Arrived!!
So happy to have a new autumn batch as soon as we sold out the spring version of Laifufu's one of the most beloved Oolong in 2019 &2020. Once you try this ultimate essence of high mountain tea, you have to come back to get it again. Thanks to its fresh version with its powerful brightness and intense flowery note, this tea is very much enjoyable especially in summer. It will slowly reveal its multi-layered charms as the roasting gets stablized. Just like most of our Oolongs, this one is ideal for aging into a vintage one, but we could not keep any from last year's batch due to strong demand. So fetch enough before too late!
Nantou, Formosa | 2020
Highly recommended for those who do not prefer too much flowery notes in their cups. Coming from a beautiful farm with an altitude of ca. 1800 m above the sea-level, this tea lets you experience a fresh and strong energy as if you are high up in the mountain roaming above the clouds, totally rejuvenated and revitalized.
Taichung, Formosa 2020 Spring
Among high mountain oolongs, Gaoleng oolongs are produced relatively higher regions (at min. 1500m). This Gaoleng is way above 2300 m facing Da Yu ling, the most expensive rarest high mountain tea in the highest region in Taiwan. As shown in the picture, the only way to access to the tea farm is to take the cable car for cargo. You can brew this handcrafted and naturally organic quality tea up to 10 times and enjoy multifold flavors and aroma. Highly recommended for those who prefers less flowery notes and simple and strong vibes of classical high mountain oolong.
Chiayi, Formosa | 2020
From Alishan with altitude of 1400m above sea level, this organically grown and skilfully roasted green oolong brings quite mild
freshness into your tea cup. Fresh, flowery, but not overly stimulating, rather calm bright flavour of high mountain tea with a mild citrus note. Now available in three different roasting
(Light, Medium or Dark): for serious teaheads perfect materials to understand how different roasting techniques can bring great varieties in flavor and aroma.
Chiayi, Formosa 2019 Autumn
Jinxuan is a name of the most common tea cultivar produced in Alishan. It is also known as Milk Oolong in the west, for its representative milky aroma. Unlike other milky oolongs often perfumed with milk additives or artificial aroma, our Jinxuan is produced by tea farmers who just let tea plants grow as if in wilderness, naturally with no pesticides and no fertilizers, which is quite common among older generations of Taiwanese tea farmers these days. These skilled experts have made this tea by 100 % handcraft with their best knowhow and brings out the unique and amazing flavors highlighted by extremely clean finish.
Jiayi, Formosa 2019
Muzha, Formosa 2017
Muzha, Formosa | 2015
Pinglin, Formosa 2018
Pinglin, Formosa 2019
Buddhas Hand Premium and this tea are from the same tea farm but this one is a later pick, which means bigger leaves and roasted more times than the other, which leads to more comforting sensations as you drink. We highly recommend to compare these two Buddhas hand variations and see how harvest season and roasting technique can create such nice variations from the same cultivar.
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