Description and Features:
Li Shan oolong tea is known as the "King of Teas." It has a fruity fragrance that is not found in other Taiwan teas. Its high price is due to its superior quality and also the fact that it is produced in limited quantities with just two harvests per year.
Sourcing and Quality Control:
The tea plantations of Li Shan range in altitude from 1600 meters to 2600 meters. These are the highest tea plantations in the world and produce tea which is renowned for its superior quality.
The polyphenol antioxidants found in oolong tea are reported to help reduce blood sugar and insulin levels. They’re also thought to increase insulin sensitivity. Regularly consuming tea antioxidants may improve heart health, it also may decrease the amount of fat absorbed from diet and lose weight.
1. Put 1 teaspoon (3-4 gram) loose leaves gaiwan cup.
2. Fill glass cup with 120 ml( 4oz), 85C (186F) water.
3. Wait until tea leaves are extended in the water. (40-60sec)
4. Enjoy your tea.