The highest elevation tea growing regions are widely acknowledged as the epitome High Mountain Oolong Tea production.. The ideal climate conditions offered by this elevation combined with the methods of tea cultivation that have been developed are considered to be the main factors that have gained this category of tea its fame.
This is a rare batch of Da Yu Ling High Mountain Tea in that the level of oxidation exceeds the commonly produced tea in this region at highest elevation. The difference between the standard 10-15% level of oxidation and the less commonly produced 20-25% is that the light, floral, green character is transformed into a more fruity, substantial, smooth character of High Mountain Oolong.
- Brew your tea at a ratio of 1:40, loose-leaf tea : water. Boiling temp. water. Brew 7 minutes.
- Pour the brewed tea into a a cocktail shaker full of ice and shake
- Pour the well shaken iced tea into glasses half-full of ice cubes
HERE'S WHAT YOU NEED:
- a container to brew
- tea leaves
- drinking water
That's really all there is to it! Any water-tight container is fine.
On the road and don't have any container? Just buy a bottle of water and put your tea leaves in that!