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Dong Ding Superior
4TD0

Harvest: October 2015
Origin: Taiwan / Nantou / Lugu / Zhangya
Height: 700 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Qing Xin Wu Long
50g / 33,50 CHF
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Description:
A true, original Zheng Dongding Qingxin in a very good quality, traditionally crafted, more oxydised than other green Oolongs and lightly roasted.

Dongding is the name of a mountain where tea has been produced since approximately 1850. The gardens are situated at an altitude of approximately 800 meters and are thus not considered High Mountain Teas. Nonetheless, the climate is very well suited for growing teas of excellent quality: often sunny in the morning, foggy in the afternoon, and frequently windy.
Character:
A tea that does not put itself into the spotlight. A surprising pleasure, lightly flowery notes above a spicy, fruity ground.
Category:
Kugelblatt-Oolong (Quan Qiu Xing)
Storage:
This tea was produced in a relatively green manner, but sufficienty oxidised and then roasted, it can thus be kept at room temperature and even be aged.
Quantity :
Dong Ding
4TD3

Harvest: October 2016
Origin: Taiwan / Nantou / Lugu
Height: 650 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Qing Xin Wu Long
125g / 28,50 CHF
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Description:
A very good and typical Dong Ding (formerly Tong Ting). More oxydised than other green Oolong and lightly roasted above charcoal. This tea is genuinely from Lugu, but from a slightly lower altitude.

Dongding is the name of a mountain where tea has been produced since approximately 1850. The gardens are situated at an altitude of approximately 800 meters and are thus not considered High Mountain Teas. Nonetheless, the climate is very well suited for growing teas of excellent quality: often sunny in the morning, foggy in the afternoon, and frequently windy.
Character:
Aromatic and fruity with tender roast aromas.
Category:
Kugelblatt-Oolong (Quan Qiu Xing)
Storage:
This tea was produced in a relatively green manner, but sufficienty oxidised and then roasted, it can thus be kept at room temperature and even be aged.

Quantity :
Lao Dong Ding
4TDL

Harvest: Spring 2015
Origin: Taiwan / Nantou / Lugu / Fenghuang
Height: 700-800 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Qing Xin Wu Long
50g / 60,00 CHF
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Description:
A real and genuine Zhen Dongding Qinxin of excellent quality. Traditionally produced and rolled into half-spheres, as it was the anciently done.

Dongding is the name of a mountain where tea has been produced since approximately 1850. The gardens are situated at an altitude of approximately 800 meters and are thus not considered High Mountain Teas. Nonetheless, the climate is very well suited for growing teas of excellent quality: often sunny in the morning, foggy in the afternoon, and frequently windy.
Character:
An inviting and sweet smell, which mingle with the gentle notes of the roasting. But in the mouth the tea suprises by its very rich, grassy nuances, sometimes with hints of vegetables and some slightly leathery aromas.
Category:
Kugelblatt-Oolong (Quan Qiu Xing)
Storage:
This tea was produced in a relatively green manner, but sufficienty oxidised and then roasted, it can thus be kept at room temperature and even be aged.
Quantity :
Dong Ding Wu Yi
4TDW

Harvest: November 2014
Origin: Taiwan / Nantou / Lugu / Zhangya / Dongding
Height: 800 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Wu Yi Zhong
50g / 30,00 CHF
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Description:
Very nice Oolong from Dongding Mountain, produced with tea plants originally imported by workers from Wuyishan at some moment between 1850 and 1900. Processed as ball-leafed Oolong and heavily roasted.

Dongding is the name of a mountain where tea has been produced since approximately 1850. The gardens are situated at an altitude of approximately 800 meters and are thus not considered High Mountain Teas. Nonetheless, the climate is very well suited for growing teas of excellent quality: often sunny in the morning, foggy in the afternoon, and frequently windy.
Character:
A beautifully roasted tea, soft and warm, spicy and mineral - with a fruity aftertaste.
Category:
Kugelblatt-Oolong (Quan Qiu Xing)
Storage:
This tea was produced in a relatively green manner, but sufficienty oxidised and then roasted, it can thus be kept at room temperature and even be aged.
Quantity :
Gang Kou Cha (Meer Oolong)
4TGK

Harvest: Feb./March 2016
Origin: Taiwan / Pingdong / Manzhou / Gangkou
Height: 100-200 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: diverse aus Teesamen gezogene Varietäten
100g / 41,50 CHF
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Description:
This tea comes from a tea garden located directly by the ocean in the very South of Taiwan. A mandarin exiled to this place cultivated tea plants from seeds that he brought with him. Even today the tea plants there are cultivated from tea seeds and not like in many other areas of tea cultivation from cuttings. This is why we cannot speak of one single stabilised tea plant varietal. Through the closeness to the ocean the tea bushes always get salty wind, which makes the tea salty-spicy. Gang Kou Cha is somewhat stronger and fuller than other green Taiwanese Oolong.
Character:
Nice soft feeling in the mouth with a spicy, tingling sensation, and it enthralls with flowery lightness.
Category:
Kugelblatt-Oolong (Quan Qiu Xing)
Storage:
This tea was produced in a relatively green manner and it is stored in a cool place at Länggass-Tee, in order to preserve its freshness.
Quantity :
Gan On (Opium Hill)
4TGO

Harvest: Autumm 2016
Origin: Thailand / Chiang Rai
Height: 1250 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Ruan Zhi Wu Long
125g / 25,00 CHF
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Description:
Oolong tea in Taiwanese style has been produced recently in the North of Thailand with tea plants imported from Taiwan. The biggest part is exported to Taiwan, because the offer cannot satisfy the demand. Gan On is processed in the style of the Taiwanese Dong Ding.
Character:
Soft and oily consistency, fruity-sweet and gently aromatic.
Category:
Kugelblatt-Oolong (Quan Qiu Xing)
Storage:
This tea was produced in a relatively green manner and it is stored in a cool place at Länggass-Tee, in order to preserve its freshness.

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Cui Yu Jade Oolong
4TJA

Harvest: April 2016
Origin: Taiwan / Nantou / Mingjian
Height: 400 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Tai Cha 13 Hao
100g / 32,50 CHF
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Description:
A good green ball-shaped Oolong from the lowlands around Mingjian, produced from the newly bred tea plant Cuiyu, green jade.
Character:
Spicy, with a juicy green note, lightly flowery, in the end somewhat fruity. Enjoyable like a sunny day at the lake.
Category:
Kugelblatt-Oolong (Quan Qiu Xing)
Storage:
This tea was produced in a relatively green manner and it is stored in a cool place at Länggass-Tee, in order to preserve its freshness.
Quantity :
Ming Jian Rou Gui
4TRG

Harvest: Spring 2014
Origin: Taiwan / Nantou / Mingjian
Height: 400 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Rou Gui
50g / 27,50 CHF
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Description:
Tea plants of the variety Rou Gui (in English: cinnamon) have been smuggled out from Wuyishan to Taiwan in the early 2000s to make tea. Mingjian Rougui is produced in the traditional Taiwanese manner - after sufficient oxidation it has been shaped into little balls and then been lightly roasted.
Character:
Dried herbs and fresh vegetables combined with warm sweetness and elegant fruity notes in the background.
Category:
Kugelblatt-Oolong (Quan Qiu Xing)
Storage:
This tea was produced in a relatively green manner, but sufficienty oxidised and then roasted, it can thus be kept at room temperature and even be aged.
Quantity :
Si Ji Chun
4TSJ

Harvest: April 2016
Origin: Taiwan / Nantou / Mingjian
Height: 400 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Si Ji Chun
100g / 32,50 CHF
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Description:
A green ball-shaped Oolong for every day, from the low lands near Mingjian, made from the newly bred tea varietal Sijichun, Four Seasons Spring. This tea has been produced in a more traditional manner, with a slightly higher degree of oxidation, which makes the tea darker and more aromatic.
Character:
Aromatic and fresh, flowery and light, with a subtly fruity aftertaste.
Category:
Kugelblatt-Oolong (Quan Qiu Xing)
Storage:
This tea was produced in a relatively green manner and it is stored in a cool place at Länggass-Tee, in order to preserve its freshness.
Quantity :
Ming Jian Ba Xian
5TBX

Harvest: Spring 2016
Origin: Taiwan / Nantou / Mingjian
Height: 400 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Shui Xian Ba Xian
50g / 47,50 CHF
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Description:
A plant of the variety Shuixian Baxian that has been smuggled from Fenghuang to Taiwan in the early 2000s and has been growing in Mingjian since. Through cuttings several rows of shrubs of the Baxian variety are growing there now. Contrary to the Mingjian Dancong, which has been produced in an open, slightly rolled shape, the Mingjian Baxian has been ball-shaped in traditional Taiwanese fashion.
Character:
Category:
Kugelblatt-Oolong (Quan Qiu Xing)
Storage:
This tea was heavily oxidized and roasted, it can thus be kept at room temperature and even be aged.
Quantity :
Mu Zha Tie Guan Yin
5TMT

Harvest: November 2014
Origin: Taiwan / Taibei / Wenshan / Muzha
Height: 300 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Tie Guan Yin
50g / 30,00 CHF
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Description:
This Tie Guan Yin is produced according to the traditional method, i.e. it is more heavily oxydised than its counterpart from Anxi, and it is strongly roasted after the firing, drying and shaping. This process leads to a dark and heavy Oolong with bread-like tastes, while the sweetness and the fruitiness of the Tie Guan Yin teas remain in the background.

Tea plants from the Tie Guan Yin varietal from Anxi (province of Fujian, China), were planted in Muzha, close to Taibei in Taiwan during the 1920s. And it is there that the Taiwanese Tie Guan Yin is still produced today.

(Formerly in our assortment under the names of Tie Guan Yin Classic or Ti Kuan Yin Classic)
Character:
Heavily roasted and lively tingling, this tea reminds of sweet dried fruits and dry wood.
Category:
Kugelblatt-Oolong (Quan Qiu Xing)
Storage:
This tea was heavily oxidized and roasted, it can thus be kept at room temperature and even be aged.
Quantity :
Shi Men Shui Xian
5TSS

Harvest: April 2016
Origin: Taiwan / Xinbei / Shimen
Height: 300 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Shui Xian
50g / 30,00 CHF
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Description:
A taiwanese Shuixian, produced as a classical Taiwanese ball shaped oolong: heavily oxydised and roasted and rolled to a half open ball. In the district Shimen situated between Taipei and the northern coast, Shuixian is being grown for a long time; the variety was probably brought to Taiwan towards the end of the 19th century.
Character:
An aromatic tea reminding of a wild herb garden, from which various smells emanate after the rain; pleasantly soft combined with summerly intensity.
Category:
Kugelblatt-Oolong (Quan Qiu Xing)
Storage:
This tea was heavily oxidized and roasted, it can thus be kept at room temperature and even be aged.
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