This handpicked oolong tea from Taiwan is harvested in the spring of 2020. Fu Shou Shan is the second highest mountain peak in Li Shan mountain range. The tea is grown at an altitude of 2500 m. The cultivar used for production of this tea is Chin Shin. The tea is not roasted and is very light oxidized at a level of about 15%.
Winter harvest is considered the best yield for this type of tea, and the height allows the tea to develop slowly. In Fu Shou Shan, tea is harvested only two times per year because of its slow growth.
Fu Shou Shan, Taiwan
Very well balanced tea, full bodied, sweetness, touch of cream, very light flowery notes with a long aftertaste.
Leaves rolled into small balls.
- use about 10 grams of tea. Pour in 100 °C water and let it steep for 2 minutes.
- use about 5 grams of tea. Pour in 100 °C water and let it steep for 2 minutes.
Second steeping 2 minutes.
Third steeping 3 minutes. Make sure the water temperature does not drop, the flavor develops with the heat.
The tea is suited for a lot of steepings on same leaves.