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Special Acquisition Spring 2014 Dayuling Wulong thumbnail
 
Special Acquisition Spring 2014 Dayuling Wulong
 
year:
2014
season:
spring
country:
Taiwan
region :
varietal:
qingxin wulong
75g   vacuum-sealed bag
$55.00
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Premium Spring 2014 Alishan Wulong thumbnail
 
Premium Spring 2014 Alishan Wulong
Charcoal-baked, but light and sweet with very little dryness--a contrast with the charcoa-baked Alishan teas from recent seasons.
 
year:
2014
season:
spring
country:
Taiwan
region :
varietal:
qingxin wulong
15g   sample
$7.75
75g   bag
$33.00
150g   vacuum-sealed bag
$62.70
300g   two vacuum bags
$118.80
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Special Acquisition Traditional Wulong thumbnail
 
Special Acquisition Traditional Wulong
This interesting tea, a heavily oxidized and baked “traditional” wulong is made in the style of 50 years ago red in the cup, a touch of honey sweetness, and a clear dry finish. It’s very refined, a little taste of tea history. 150g units available on a special order basis.
 
year:
2013
season:
winter
region :
varietal:
qingxin wulong
150g   vacuum-sealed bag
$70.00
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Special Acquisition Winter 2013 Dayu Ling Wulong thumbnail
 
Special Acquisition Winter 2013 Dayu Ling Wulong
 
year:
2013
season:
winter
country:
Taiwan
region :
varietal:
qingxin wulong
75g   vacuum-sealed bag
$65.00
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Special Acquisition Winter 2012 Lishan Wulong thumbnail
 
Special Acquisition Winter 2012 Lishan Wulong
Satisfying while still retaining delicacy, this is a fine winter tea. It has a thick texture with a hint of dryness high on the palate, and a basically sweet finish. Of course, as with the other teas from very high elevations, it will brew around 10 infusions. This batch has a clear progression from first to last brew, but maintains its smoothness throughout.
 
year:
2012
season:
winter
country:
Taiwan
region :
varietal:
qingxin wulong
75g   vacuum-sealed bag
$45.00
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Special Acquisition Spring 2012 Lishan Wulong thumbnail
 
Special Acquisition Spring 2012 Lishan Wulong
This batch is long on refinement, with a bright flavor up front and mild dryness at the end. The high-elevation creamy texture is also apparent. In general this tea is dIfferent from the other currently available Lishan teas, which are more delicate and sweet.
 
year:
2012
season:
spring
country:
Taiwan
region :
varietal:
qing xing wulong
15g   sample
$9.50
75g   bag
$40.00
150g   vacuum-sealed bag
$76.00
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Superior Wulong thumbnail
 
Superior Wulong
An easy-drinking tea with good balance between the first floral notes and low-key, mildly dry finish.
 
year:
2012
season:
winter
country:
Taiwan
varietal:
qing xing wulong
15g   sample
$3.25
75g   bag
$14.50
150g   bag
$27.55
300g   vacuum-sealed bag
$52.20
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Special Acquisition Winter 2011 Lishan Wulong thumbnail
 
Special Acquisition Winter 2011 Lishan Wulong
With steady flavor through ten infusions, this early winter tea has grassy notes remarkably close to a green tea in the first two or three pots. The flavor then becomes more expansive with a sweet finish. Packaged in a vacuum-sealed bag inside a fancy paper canister.
 
year:
2011
season:
winter
region :
varietal:
qing xing wulong
150g   paper canister
$80.00
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Special Acquisition Spring 2011 Lishan Wulong thumbnail
 
Special Acquisition Spring 2011 Lishan Wulong
Grown at high elevation (1700-2500 meters) on Taiwan's Lishan mountain range, a region famous for producing excellent fruit as well as tea. This batch has a fine, thick mouth feel and sweet, non-astringent finish. As with previous teas from this region, these qualities are very consistent through many infusions.
 
year:
2011
season:
spring
country:
Taiwan
region :
varietal:
qing xing wulong
75g   vacuum-sealed bag
$50.00
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Special Acquisition Spring 2011 Fushoushan Wulong thumbnail
 
Special Acquisition Spring 2011 Fushoushan Wulong
Fushou mountain is located between Lishan and Dayuling, and has a maximum elevation approaching 2500 meters. The tea farms here are government-owned, but in recent years the employees have been moved from a salary to commission system, where they profit directly from the sale of the tea. This is my best Wulong of the season, with all the elements of a classic "high mountain" tea with a special citrus quality in the flavor. Very limited availability.
 
year:
2011
season:
spring
country:
Taiwan
region:
Fushoushan
varietal:
qing xing wulong
75g   vacuum-sealed bag
$70.00
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