Crimson Lishan


This high mountain tea from Lishan is processed like a black tea, but has the complexity and delicacy of oolong. When we first tried this tea we were surprised by how soft and nuanced it is for a black tea.


This Spring harvest version of Crimson Lishan has bigger, fluffier leaves than the last crop. The broth is also 'fluffier', with a easygoing fragrance that leans toward the bright side for black tea, and soft, almost buttery texture. The flavor is anchored in an herbal sweetness with notes of dried fruit.


  • Harvest Location : Lishan, Hualien, Taiwan
  • Harvest Date : May 2020
  • Farming Method : Unsprayed

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