High elevation oolong with toasty and earthy body with subtle sweetness.
High mountain oolong or known also as "Gao Shan" is grown in the northern region of Taiwan. High mountain is slightly oxidized and then baked, yielding a slight sweetness with hints of roasted flavors.
The staple tea of Taiwan for daily drinking, a favorite due to a regional preference for teas grown 1,000 feet for its strength and character, taking advantage of the terrain of Taiwan and the prestige of high elevation tea common in China. The perfect introduction to get your lips wet with Taiwanese Oolong teas.