Tasting Notes: resh and crisp, buttery, gentile ivory, and citric floral notes
Farm Location: Yu shan (jade mountain) Nantau, Taiwan.
Elevation: 1,800m (5,905ft)
Cultivar: Qing xin
Spring Harvest 2019
I usually prefer the winter roast of jade mountain tea but this springs production is the most refreshing relaxing tea, that's sure to fill you full of flavor texture and chi!. This tea also happens to be one of my tip top favorite tea to ice. (also toss used leaves in a bottle with water for 24-48 hours for cold brew!)