418 Taiwan Dayuling 2020
418 Taiwan Dayuling 2020
418 Taiwan Dayuling 2020
418 Taiwan Dayuling 2020

418 Taiwan Li Shan Dayuling

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Gao Shan, high mountain tea.... packed with flavor!

Dayuling, Da Yu Ling, is a slightly oxidized oolong from the highest mountains, at 2,500 meters above sea level, where the highest grade Li Shan Oolong comes from. High mountains, fog, and a cool climate cause the tea plants to grow slowly and therefore develop a lot of flavor!

This tea is wonderful to pour on more often and releases different flavors with each infusion. It looks best in a small teapot (Yixing) or a Gaiwan.

It is expensive because the mountain is remote and few of these teas can be produced (rare)

  • Origin: Taiwan
  • Region: Li Shan, Taichung
  • High: 2500 meters
  • Cultivar: Qing Xin
  • Harvest period: Spring late April, early May 2022
  • Infusion: Yellow/green, clear
  • Roma: Floral
  • Flavor: Sweet, creamy, floral
  • Caffeinated: Yes
  • Organic: No

Recipe: 12 grams | 1 liter soft water | 95-100℃ | 2 minutes

Gaiwan or Yixing pot: 7 grams | 110 ml soft water | 100℃ | wash, 30 sec, 30 sec, 50 sec, 70 sec, 90 sec, 120 sec, 150 sec, 180 sec

Here you can see the different altitudes in Taiwan where tea grows. These varieties do not all grow on the same mountain but at the altitude indicated.

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