Expert hands have been plucking and processing this tea. The bud and the fisrt two leaves have been handpicked to give this light fermented Oolong tea ( 7 to 15%). The leaves have been left in their natural shape. The infusion is yellow-green and exhales fruity notes. In the mouth, this tea has a refreshing and creamy taste with hints of honey. The aftertaste is quite intensive. It stays in your mouth for a long time for your enjoyment.
Origin: Pinglin, Wenshan, Taiwan
Liquor: mimosa yellow
In the mouth: velvety, sweet, creamy
Odor: fruity, honey notes
Bao Zhong is a specialty from the Wenshan region near Taipei. These teas are praised for their velvety and fruity taste.
Oolong teas are known for their purifying and stimulating effect. This tea will stimulate you in the morning and will give you a gentle push in the afternoon when your energy level goes down a bit.
Use a gaiwan or porcelain/ceramic teapot
Water Temperature: 85 to 95°C
Steep for 1 minute.
Quantity: Use 1 tablespoon for 100ml of water (adjust accordingly).
May be infused 3 to 4 times.