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  • Misty Prince Oolong


    This orange-amber red oolong is for all kinds of tea drinkers, including beginners. The subtle sweet but robust dried fruit flavour might be recognizable for those who are familiar with the British black tea. 

    Unlike other teas, this high mountain red oolong Misty Prince does not acquire a bitterness in taste even after a long-brewing time. The high mountain red oolong from Alishan is the combination of high oxidation (like black tea) but light baking which will keep its characteristics.

    – Tea Region: Shizho, Chiayi

    – Elevation: 1400m above sea level

    – Processing: Heavy-to-moderate fermentation and roasting.

    – Leaf: Semi-hand rolling and hand-picked in the ecological tea garden.

    10g is enough for more than 15 cups (in 100ml). Rebrew up to 4 times.

  • Golden King Ali


    Like a pride king, it is the highly prized green oolong tea growing in the famous tea region Alishan, or Ali Mountain. The distinct rich flowery note and the thick texture are the main characteristics of this type of oolong tea. Please enjoy its aromatic and flowery aftertaste. Drink between meals or after the greasy food.  

    Tea of origin: Juchi County, Chiayi 

    Ingridient: Pure unscented loose tea

  • Red Lady Mountain Black Tea


    Growing in the high mountain, this amazing black tea has an in-depth richness in flavour. The sweetness and the fruity fragrance are naturally developed from the tea itself. The characteristic of Alishan black tea is clear, warm sweet mouthfeel and clear fruity taste. It won’t release any astringency even after the long steeping time. 

    We suggest you to enjoy this natural aromatic tea in the morning without milk. (the recipe of adding milk is under “instruction”)

    Tea of origin: Shizhuo, Chiayi 

    Ingridient: Pure unscented whole leaf tea

    # You can get 24 small cups(100ml) of tea with every 20g. For your convenience and freshness, the size of 20g will be separated into 4 pouches.

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