Oolong teas have been cultivated for over a thousand years, dating as far back as the Qing dynasty. A multitude of preparation methods have proliferated since. This oolong from Taiwan is sun dried and gently tossed in bamboo baskets. The resulting cup is an excellent expression of classic oolong flavors, showcasing floral notes with a touch of doughy spiciness.
This is a specialty oolong that's only produced in the Taiwanese highlands. A meticulously controlled process limits fermentation to the edge of each leaf, while preserving a green center. This unique technique rewards the drinker with an elevated oolong showing added layers of flavor. This is a great tea for those looking for an oolong with exceptional depth.
Honey Grasshopper is a specialty tea cultivated in the breathtaking Hualien district of Taiwan. Native grasshoppers favor these young leaves, and their saliva reacts with the tea plant to produce its signature combination of floral and honey notes. This tea is full-bodied with a silky texture from start to finish.