Aged oolong tea is pretty rare as not many plantations produced them. It is a laborious process and it’s up to an experienced tea master to facilitate the ageing process precisely. This tea has been aged and charcoal roasted every few years to create a sweet, mellow and moist taste, however, unlike many other aged teas, it is not as astringent.
Dry Leaf: Tightly curled into a ball shape
Aroma: Charcoal roasting
Tasting Notes: Mellow and moist, sweet and not astringent
Storage: Store in a cool & dry place. Avoid direct exposure to sunlight, moisture and strong scents.
Temperature: 90°C – 95°C
Water: 250ml of water
Time: 2 – 3 minutes
Loose Leaf: 3g – 4g
It can be brewed around 2-3 times depending on your preference.