Flavours differ depending on seasonal harvest.
Compared with winter teas, the tastes of spring teas are richer and more mellow.
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Light Floral Scent – Alishan Oolong
It comes from a tea garden at the altitude around 1,200-1,600m at Alishan in Taiwan. Tea soup appears golden and clear. This tea presents a very light floral frangance when brewed, and has a sweet and mellow tastes.
Rich Floral Scent – Dongding Oolong
It grows on the altitude around 1,000m located at Nantou County in Taiwan. Tea soup is green and clear. This tea offers a distinctively rich floral note with fresh sweetness.
Floral Scent – Shanlinsi Oolong
It comes from a tea garden at the altitude around 1,200-1,800m located at Shanlinsi in Taiwan. Tea soup appears orange yellow. This tea has rich flavours that carry fresh mountain breath and foral aroma. A mellow aftertaste still lingers in the mouth and throat after several infusions.
Milk Scent – Jinxuan Oolong
It comes from a new breed of tea tree in Taiwan. Tea soup appears honey green. Fresh sweetness carrying delicate milk scent and a little floral aroma is noted.