This highly unusual tea is a fully oxidized tea made from the same leaves that are typically used to produce Sejak. It brews into a beautiful, luxurious red liquor, that is rich and sweet, with a toasty molasses or burnt caramel note.
Jason Chen. "A Tea Lover's Travel Diary" focuses on two very special teas: Phoenix Single-Tree Oolong and Tie Kuan Yin Oolong. The 232 pages of this large-format paperback are filled with a great deal of information about tea and the particular growing regions and methods that produce these two famous Chinese teas. Photographs are luxurious and...
This "Lightly Baked" Spring 2012 Alishan High Mountain Oolong was made in the town of Shihzuo (石桌), Taiwan using the Soft Stem Oolong (軟枝烏龍) cultivar. The elevation of the farm is about 1500 meters and the tea plants are over 25 years old.