Taiwan Carcoal Baked Dong Ding Oolong (competition grade) | Tai Wan Tan Bei Dong Ding Wu Long - Option: Sample 15 g

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Competition Grade Dong Ding Jin Xuan Oolong 凍頂烏龍茶 is a top grade Dong Ding Oolong from the famous tea area of Lugu 鹿谷鄉 in Nantou Province, Taiwan. Made from hand-picked leaves of the Jin Xuan 金萱 (TRES #12) cultivar, this tea has been selected as the most typical representative of traditional Dong Ding Oolong. The tea has dark leaves with a delicate roasted aroma. It brings an infusion of a golden copper color and a creamy floral delicately roasted aroma. The taste is complex and multi-layered with notes of malt and roasted buckwheat. Tasting begins with a fruity sour light taste that freely transitions into roasted, creamy sweet finesse. The finish is refreshing, slightly spicy. None of the flavors are overly dominant and the roasted notes complement the overall impression appropriately. Overall, this is a complex, balanced tea that provides a highly satisfying and soothing experience. More

Competition Grade Dong Ding Jin Xuan Oolong 凍頂烏龍茶 is a top grade Dong Ding Oolong from the famous tea area of Lugu 鹿谷鄉 in Nantou Province, Taiwan. Made from hand-picked leaves of the Jin Xuan 金萱 (TRES #12) cultivar, this tea has been selected as the most typical representative of traditional Dong Ding Oolong. Being a traditional style of tea, it has gone through a lengthy and complex roasting process to create a tea that offers the perfect balance between fresh floral and roasted creamy notes. It went through the charcoal roasting process five times, with one roast taking over 12 hours. In total, the tea spent more than 60 hours on hot charcoal.

This Dong Ding Jin Xuan Oolong has dark leaves with a delicate roasted aroma. It brings an infusion of a golden copper color and a creamy floral delicately roasted aroma. The taste is complex and multi-layered with notes of malt and roasted buckwheat. Tasting begins with a fruity sour light taste that freely transitions into roasted, creamy sweet finesse. The finish is refreshing, slightly spicy. None of the flavors are overly dominant and the roasted notes complement the overall impression appropriately. Overall, this is a complex, balanced tea that provides a highly satisfying and soothing experience.

Parameters
Form loose tea
Country of origin Taiwan
Location Nantou, Lugu 鹿谷鄉
Cultivar Jin Xuan 金軒 (T-12)