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Basic profile: Subtle corn and rich sweetness of rice.
Lingering note: the hint of blooming flowers.
About the grower & Wild farming
The young grower graduated from the top university in Taiwan, instead of going for a corporate job, he went back to his home helping out the whole family growing pure organic, wild farming tea.
From weeding to tea-making, the second-generation young farmer dedicates himself to the land and the environment-friendly tea. Generally speaking, the transition period takes 5-7 years, which means, the farmers need to put more efforts and money to maintain the health of the land.
**This tea is still in the transition period. Not yet entirely organic.**
Amount of tea: 3g
Amount of water: 100 ml / 85 degrees (about 20 seconds after boiling)
Steeping time: at least 4 times (20 sec /25 sec, then plus 15 sec from the third brew)
– Double the steeping time if you brew with 200ml of water and so on.
NOTE: It is not always the golden rules, play with the steeping time as you wish.
Amount of tea: 5g
Amount of water: 500 ml cold filtered water. Store it at room temperature or refrigerator.
Steeping time: 5 hours
The cold-brew method will highlight the honey taste and the mellow aroma.