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Jade Peak High Mountain 2024 Spring

Regular price $15.50


Often referred to as Lishan tea, Cui Feng (read : Tsui Fong; translated as Jade Peak) is actually its own growing region at a super high elevation of 2000 meters. It has some similar notes to Lishan, but of course has a unique terroir of its own.

The color of this tea matches its place name - Jade - both the color of the dry leaves on the broth. Very light oxidation retains a fantastic marzipan sugary scent with bright notes gardenia, honeysuckle, lemon and pomelo that swirl with a dizzying complexity. Lean and tender, this tea shows off the strengths of extreme high elevations.

Full on umami in the mouth, the broth is zippy with a light mineral texture. Aftertaste reaches the throat and lingers with complex, shifting aromas long after the swallow. Stimulating with high vibration high mountain energy.

If you're a fan of super complex high mountain scent, this is your tea.


  • Harvest Location : Cui Feng, Nantou, Taiwan
  • Harvest Date : May, 2024
  • Cultivar : Qing Xin
  • Farming Method : Conventional
  • Altitude : 2000 Meters


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