This rare mountain tea is produced in Taiwan in a place called Yu Chih. It is a lightly roasted and fully oxidized tea. What makes it unique is, among other things, the fact that it is a tea variety created as a result of a cross between Burmese assamica and Taiwanese wild tea. The aroma of the tea is raisin-like sweet and is well suited as a dessert tea without sweetening, for example.
1. Western way: 2 teaspoons per 2 dl of water 90-95 C, 1 min.
2. Chinese way: 6-8 g per 2 dl of water at 95-100 C, 30-40 seconds, 3-4 infusions, in which case the next time is always 20 seconds longer than the previous one.
We sell tea in grams and it is packed in one bag. For example, if you order 2 pieces or 50 grams of tea, it will be packed in one bag.
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