Yunnan High Mountain
4CYU

Harvest: April 2019
Origin: China / Yunnan / Pu'er / Lancang / Xiaoxinzhai
Height: 1200 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Ruan Zhi Wu Long
100g / 30,00 CHF
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Description:
Newly established tea plantation with traditional Taiwanese tea bushes (Ruan Zhi Wu Long) close to Jingmaishan. Produced as an unroasted High Mountain Oolong. Very beautiful tea. Besides the classic tastes of Taiwanese Gao Shan Cha (High Mountain Tea), this one shows a subtle note of honey, similar to other teas from Yunnan.
Character:
Sweetish heavy flower fragrance, a tea that is at first playful, then light and fruity, then turns into more serious, spicy and clear character traits.
Category:
High Mountain Tea Gao Shan Cha
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.
A Li Shan Jin Xuan
4TAJ

Harvest: May 2019
Origin: Taiwan / Jiayi / Meishan / Taihe
Height: 1200 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Tai Cha 12 Hao
50g / 21,60 CHF
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Description:
A good green High Mountain Oolong from Alishan, crafted from the newly bred tea plant varietal Jinxuan, Golden Daylily or Golden Lily.
Character:
A tender tea with a grassy touch and a whizz of fruit, mellow and quenching the thirst.
Category:
High Mountain Tea Gao Shan Cha
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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A Li Shan
4TAL

Harvest: Spring 2017
Origin: Taiwan / Jiayi / Zhuqi / Shizhuo
Height: 1300-1400 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Qing Xin Wu Long
50g / 29,00 CHF
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Description:
A wonderful High Mountain Tea from Alishan. Top quality, carefully crafted in a classic way, lightly roasted over charcoal. The teas produced on Alishan (Ali mountain as it is called by the indigenous people) belong to the older and better known Gaoshancha.
Character:
Flowery lightness, mineral and spicy. The character of the tea is completed with fruity-sweet aromas through a light roast.
Category:
High Mountain Tea Gao Shan Cha
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 :
He Huan Shan
4THH

Harvest: November 2019
Origin: Taiwan / Nantou / Ren'ai
Height: 2000 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Qing Xin Wu Long
50g / 50,00 CHF
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Description:
Mount Hehuanshan is part of the Lishan region. Since the coveted garden Da Yu Ling Garden does almost not exist any more (only a small part is left), tea from Hehuanshan is a great alternative for a Gaoshancha of greatest quality.
Character:
Category:
High Mountain Tea Gao Shan Cha
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 :
Li Shan
4TLI

Harvest: Winter 2018
Origin: Taiwan / Taizhong / Heping
Height: 2000 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Qing Xin Wu Long
50g / 45,00 CHF
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Description:
A very good, traditionally produced High Mountain Oolong, roasted over wood charcoal from Heping on Mount Li.
Character:
Category:
High Mountain Tea Gao Shan Cha
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 :
La La Shan
4TLL

Harvest: Spring 2013
Origin: Taiwan / Taoyuan / Fuxing / Lalashan
Height: 1800 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Qing Xin Wu Long
50g / 60,00 CHF
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Description:
A tea farmer started to produce highest quality High Mountain Teas for himself at Lalashan (Mount La La, a name given by the aboriginal Taiwanese). We are happy that we can buy some of this top tea. It was really cautiously crafted, optimally oxydised and slightly roasted. Hence a many-layered, balanced and typically classic Gaoshancha.
Character:
Multiple aromas in wonderful harmony give the expression of a tea of tender elegance. Enjoyment in its purest form.
Category:
High Mountain Tea Gao Shan Cha
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 :
Shan Lin Xi
4TSL

Harvest: October 2019
Origin: Taiwan / Nantou / Lugu / Neihu / Longfengxia
Height: 1600 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Qing Xin Wu Long
50g / 40,00 CHF
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Description:
A traditionally produced, lightly roasted High Mountain Tea in top quality. Shanlinxi (spruce forest stream) is a mountain range in the district of Nantou close to Dong Ding, yet situated even higher.
Character:
A walk through a diverse and rich, fully grown garden. Fragrant herbs, blossoms in their most beautiful colours, ripe vegetables, fresh berries. Deep, impressive, absolutely gorgeous.
Category:
High Mountain Tea Gao Shan Cha
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 :
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