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This wild varietal from the Green Sanctuary Farm is a stronger counterpart to its cultivated cousins. It is confident, structured, and very present on the palate.
Like a seared sweet potato or sugar cane left to roast on a grill, it demands notice.
Chinese Name: 山烏龍
Origin: Pinglin District, New Taipei City, Taiwan
Cultivar: Shui Sha Lien / Taiwanese Wild Tea Tree
Elevation: ~750 meters
Roast Level: Low to None
Flavor Profile: Steamed carrots, Raw sweet potato, Roasted sugarcane
Mouthfeel: Brash, Structured, Present
These instructions are for reference only, a starting point for brewing this tea. Trust your palate and feel free to experiment.
<strong>Quantity of Tea</strong>: 6 grams<br>
<strong>Quantity of Water</strong>: 237 ml / 8 oz<br>
<strong>Water Temperature</strong>: 200°F / 93°C<br>
<strong>Steep Time</strong>: ~ 1 - 2 minutes<br>
<i>For more information on how to brew tea </i><a href="https://tecompanytea.com/pages/tea-brew-guides"><i>check out our brewing guides</i></a>
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