Only men pack Alishan Oolong Tea in Dadaocheng Taipei in 1916. The boss makes the weighing!
Alishan Jin Xuan, Oolong
The annual output of this Oolong is not much, but therefore very rich in taste. The tea masters let the spring leaves and buds get a light fermentation, so that this Oolong becomes an inexplicable taste of smoothness and an aroma as light as spring mist between the mountains. A truly delicate and tender floral scent. You can easily imagine how the smith&hsu No.71 Oolong tastes just by looking at the wonderful tea garden where it is picked every spring... pure - green - firm! I wish you had been there!
Honey Scented, Black Tea
Black as coffee and malty sweet as creamy toffees without adding a gram of sugar or honey in the making or the best in black teas! From a four-generation old passionate Taiwanese tea maker family they have created a matchless wonder of a tea, just with a bit of help from a small green cicada, which with their appetite for tea buds trigger a natural organic and chemical process that diminish the bitterness and enhance the typical fruity aroma and rich honey-like taste you never will forget!
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