ELEVATION 1800m (5,905')
REGION Nantou, Taiwan
TASTE Sweet and refreshing with a lingering taste
Also known as Yu Shan Dadajia Oolong Tea This is found on the eastern face at the bottom of virgin forest 1800m about sea level. There is an increased time for the leaves to be bathed in the sun and there are large differences in morning and evening temperatures. Often cloaked in mist, the tea’s natural fragrance combines with the high altitude air to produce a truly distinctive flavor. Sweet and refreshing with a lingering taste. This offering of High Mountain tea certainly should not be missed.