It has a natural sweet sugar cane like aroma blended with a creamy and nutty mouth feel. Its viscosity also feels thicker on the palatewhile still being very smooth.
Ice Tea Instruction
Every 1 gram of tea for 50ml of water, and allow steeping 1 to 2 hours in refrigerator.
Three ways to brew this tea:
From the middle mountainous area of Taiwan island, Dong Ding is one of the most well known traditional teas from this area. Its way of tossing leaves derived from one of the traditional ways of producing oolong teas combined with skillful medium heavy level of roasting by farmers instead of machine, resulting the tea possesses layers of flavors with rich fruity aroma that’s sugar cane like.
Brewing Instruction Gaiwan & Teapot
Gai Wan or ceramic pot
Add 5gram/1 tbsp
90 C / 195 F
Add 8oz water and infuse for 3 min.
Repeat for another 3+ infusions and increase the steeping time by 30 seconds with each additional infusion
Gai Wan (Recommended for best infusions):
Add water and infuse for 8 seconds for 2 infusions
Repeat for another 4+ infusions and increase the steeping time by 5 seconds with each additional infusion
Top Health Benefits
Strengthening teeth & preventing tooth decay.
Lower blood sugar level & reduce high blood pressure.
Aids weight loss by suppressing the synthesis of fatty acids, which helps to stop producing higher levels of fat.
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It starts with a roasted grain smell and nutty taste with hints of apple peel. In later steeps a floral taste comes in, with a bit of spice. It's a solid oolong that isn't light like a Tie Guan Yin or Jin Xuan, but not dark or roasty in flavor like others. It is lightly sweet throughout. I got a rinse and at least 6 steeps out of this tea, starting at 10 seconds and increasing.