Qi Lai Shan High Mountain Tea (JUST ARRIVED June 15th) - SPRING 2018
Notes of toasted cashew, buttercream and a touch of ocean mist
Located in a remote, pristine high elevation garden on the edge of a national forest Qi Lai Shan is close to Li Shan. Even in Taiwan, Qi lai Shan is a still largely unknown growing region. This is because this area is relatively new to tea cultivation. Only locals who know where the best tea in Taiwan is know about Qi Lai Shan. This tea is grown at 2050m. The dry leaves have a clean fragrance of high mountains that is both fruity and floral. The taste is pure and buttery with a long smooth aftertaste. Because of the weather and low rainfall this season's harvest is small. Luckily since we've been loyal customers of this farm years, they've provided us with 6kg of this tea. When this sells out we won't be able to get anymore. If you are a high-mountain lover tea we highly recommend this tea.
Note: This product now comes in it's original vacuum sealed foil bags to improve quality and storage.
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