13 “Qingxin wulong” Teas Found

 

Aged Baozhong: 1996 Special Acquisition thumbnail

With a red liquor and dried-fruit aroma, this tea is a great example of how aging oolong tea can sometimes produce something that stands on its own, new and different from the original.
 

Alishan Wulong: Spring 2019 Premium thumbnail

The fine aromatic balance from charcoal-baking lingers in the aroma cup, and the finish is very even and just a little bit dry.
 

Alishan Wulong: Winter 2019 Premium thumbnail

Although this gaoshan tea is charcoal-baked, you would never guess so from the light flavor and complex aroma.
 

Alishan Wulong: Winter 2020 Premium thumbnail

 

Baozhong: Spring 2018 Special Acquisition thumbnail

This charcoal baked tea is very much a textural experience, in contrast with the floral emphasis of conventional baozhong.
 
Baozhong: Spring 2021 Premium
First arrival of the lockdown-delayed spring 2021 Taiwanese teas.
 
Baozhong: Winter 2019 Premium
Like spring tea in winter, this batch is floral, light, and smooth with a crisp finish.
 

Baozhong: Winter 2020 Premium thumbnail

 

Dayuling Wulong: Winter 2019 Special Acquisition thumbnail

Grown in the highest-elevation tea region in Taiwan (about 2800 meters), Dayuling tea consistently provides a true high-end tea experience with excellent complexity and flavors influenced by comparatively austere growing conditions.
 
Lishan Wulong: Spring 2020 Special Acquisition
Grown at high elevation (1700-2500 meters) on Taiwan’s Lishan mountain range, a region famous for producing excellent fruit as well as tea.
 

Superior Baihao thumbnail

This tea is a great value, with a malty, rich fruit flavor and robust color in the cup.
 
Superior Baozhong
Bright floral aroma and smooth, mild flavor.
 
Superior Wulong
An easy-drinking tea with good balance between the first floral notes and low-key, mildly dry finish.