Dung Ding Supergrade
“Frozen top” in the traditional, there will be more baking during processing.
Beautifully processed tea right from the surroundings of the village of Nantou, ie the ‘birthplace’ of excellent Dung Ding tea. Even tea leaf balls are processed from the Qing Xin cultivar.
The tea gives off a fresh scent of classic Taiwanese oolongs. Sweet, tender and fruity – apricots, peaches, sweet tropical fruits – you will find it all in this tea! Or flowers – flowering meadows and fields. After smelling the tea, associations are formed for a summer meadow, paintings of a flowering garden and fruit trees.
The tea in the infusion is rich and dense, the aroma is more floral, very sweet. The taste is tender, incredibly honey with a milky consistency.
Huang Jin Gui
Lycium chinense (goji)
Tie Luo Han
"Iron arhat"-is one of the most famous rock tea in Wu Yi Shan area.
The dry leaves are dark in color and have a toasted and dark chocolate flavor. During the brewing process, the leaves are dark green. The tea soup is darker in color, balanced in taste, with a long-lasting sweet aftertaste, with a distinct floral fragrance. After the last cup of drinking, the floral-like sweetness lasts for a long time.
Hua Cha Yin Luo
"Silver snails" - tiny slightly twisted leaves with lots of tips. The intense sweet jasmine aroma is combined with fine green tea. High-quality jasmine green tea.
Ba Xian Xiang
Chrysanthemum (ju hua)
Selected white chrysanthemum flowers-improve eyesight, nourish the liver, and treat high blood pressure. Traditionally, it is mixed with pu-erh.
Chinese jujube (zao)
Tie Guan Yin Superior
Japanese green tea Bancha mixed with finely fried rice, which gives it a special bread-sweet taste. In translation, the name means "Tea with unpolished rice".