Dew (Sun-Link-Sea Oolong Tea)
Dew grows near the upstream of Jiazouliao River, which rises in the Sun-Link-Sea Forest. Situated at an altitude of 1500 meters, the Sun-Link-Sea Forest used to be famous for Millennium Red Cypress, and the tea tree plantation in the Sun-Link-Sea Forest has been surrounded by mao bamboo (phyllostachys pubescen). Sun-Link-Sea tea trees were shrouded in heavy clouds and dense mist throughout the year and mountain mist nourishes these tea bushes. Also, the cold mountain air slows down leaf growth and saturate the growing leaves. Thus, the Sun-Link-Sea forest characterizes the fresh leaves a mix of golden infusion, aroma of wood and honey sweet taste.
Variety: Green Tip Oolong
Production Region: Lugu Township, Nantou County, Taiwan
Altitude: 1500 meters
Fermentation: Slightly Fermentation
Roasting Degree: Lightly Roasting