About Mount Dong Ding
Mount Dong Ding, loosely translated to Frozen Summit, is located in the Nantou County of central Taiwan. Ideal for growing oolong thanks to the gentle morning sun, follows by misty afteroon.
About Frozen Summit Oolong
Our selection of frozen summit is harvested above 600 meter altitude, medium oxidized and heavily roasted with charcoal. The processing had helped to develop a dark, ripe fruit profile and a slight smokiness, but at the same time remain clean and smooth on the palate.
For those who prefer a lighter roasted oolong with similar processing, please try our Mount Ali oolong.
Mount Frozen Summit, Nantou, Taiwan
Dark honey colour liquor. Malty and slightly ashy on the nose. Light on the palate at its early infusions, with a long and stimulating taste after swallow. Good "returned sweetness" (hui gan), keep giving on its later infusions. A tea we recommend for seasoned oolong lovers.
Small pot/gaiwan, 100 °C, 30 second steeping. 5 plus infusions.
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