Tea Docent says "This Estate Garden is located at 3,400 feet above the sea. It is grown without the use of any pesticides or chemicals which is apparent as soon as you inhale the aroma. Because of the complexities of this tea, it is exceptional prepared using ancient practices. First warm/rinse your teapot with boiling water. Next steep the first infusion and pour into the cup simply to smell and rinse your cup before tossing out. Finally pouring the second cup intended to be your first to sip. We have details on this practice/ceremony under brewing tips however simply giving this concept consideration as you prepare in a more modern fashion will enhance your experience with this special tea!
One of the most aromatic of all of the Oolong's with a lighter yet still complex taste. If you are new to Oolong's this is a great start, you can not steep a bitter cup and versatility in pairing will delight you, as in you will always be right, except with those super meaty dishes. Subtle, exotic, tantalizing, always in harmony. Asian Cuisine is at its most inviting when accompanied by this intriguing tea"
Organic Tung Ting Oolong Tea
"This high mountain oolong tea is organically grown in Taiwan"
Recommended Steeping Instructions:
Amount of tea: 1 heaping teaspoon
Water Temperature: 195°F (boil water and let cool for a few minutes)
Steeping Time: 30 -45 seconds
Steeping Vessel: Teapot or Steeping Cup
Recommended 5 steepings per serving
Sourced from farmers and processors who understand all things are connected and are guided by a deep respect for the planet.
* Tea Docent is not a doctor or scientist, but rather a Sage who shares Wisdom, Rituals and Beliefs that have existed for thousands of years to help guide you through a lifestyle of healthy living. Forever a "student of the leaf" ensures Tea Docent may serve as your trusted guide.
** These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.