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Each place of origin is a unique landscape.
These local climatic characteristics are seen through
the rich and varied flavors of oolong tea.

Connoisseur Series

The much sought-after perfection that is the Taiwanese oolong.
These teas are fresh, fragrant, and shine with a light, pure sweetness.

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    601 Fresh Li Shan Oolong Tea Taichung City, Taiwan

    This tea is grown at altitudes of 2400 meters or above in the Li Shan tea region located in Central Taiwan. There, the tea plantations are irrigated year-round by the melting snow that flows down from the mountaintops, and the hours of direct sunlight are few. The tea produced in this environment has a light, elegant flavor. The honey green-gold tea soup gives off an intense flowery fragrance, and the tea has a rich full taste that slides smoothly down the throat, and is the best representation of high mountain tea.

    150g / 35g
    Sweet Aftertaste:Medium Aroma:Fresh
    Fresh 等級0 Roasted
    Floral 等級0 Fruity
    Brewing instruction:Oolong tea
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    505 Fresh Jade Green Oolong Tea Nantou County, Taiwan

    This tea is grown at altitudes of 2300 meters and above in Central Taiwan's Ren'ai Township tea growing region. This high-altitude grown qing xin oolong, with its polished jade green color leaves, rich full taste, smooth organic flavor, and contained aroma, is one of the rarest and most sought after of teas.

    150g / 35g
    Sweet Aftertaste:Strong Aroma:Fresh
    Fresh 等級0 Roasted
    Floral 等級2 Fruity
    Brewing instruction:Oolong tea
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    205 Fresh Shan Lin Xi Oolong Tea Nantou County, Taiwan

    This tea is grown in the Shan Lin Xi tea growing region located in Central Taiwan's Nantou County, Zhushan Township at an altitude ranging from 1200 to 1800 meters. The tea grown in this region carries a bright and sweet flavor is the characteristic of the tea from the Shan Lin Xi region.

    150g / 35g
    Sweet Aftertaste:Medium Aroma:Fresh
    Fresh 等級0 Roasted
    Floral 等級1 Fruity
    Brewing instruction:Oolong tea
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    105 Fresh Ali Shan Oolong Tea Chiayi County, Taiwan

    This tea is grown in Southern Taiwan's Ali Shan tea growing region at an altitude of 1500 meters and above. The favorable climate, fertile soil, and abundance of humidity allow for the nurturing of an elegant aroma and mellow taste unique to the tea grown in Ali Shan. A distinct flavor combined with the ability to endure multiple brewings, are the primary characteristics of this distinctly unique Ali Shan tea.

    150g / 35g
    Sweet Aftertaste:Strong Aroma:Fresh
    Fresh 等級0 Roasted
    Floral 等級2 Fruity
    Brewing instruction:Oolong tea
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    055 Fresh Dong Ding Oolong Tea Nantou County, Taiwan

    This tea is grown in the tea growing region known for its Dong Ding Tea located in Central Taiwan's Nantou County and is a partially fermented oolong tea. The semi-spherical curly leaves give off an elegant, refreshing aroma. The tea soup is a golden color, and has a rich taste with distinct layers.

    150g / 35g
    Sweet Aftertaste:Strong Aroma:Fresh
    Fresh 等級0 Roasted
    Floral 等級6 Fruity
    Brewing instruction:Oolong tea
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    705 Champagne Formosa Oolong Tea Hsinchu County, Taiwan

    Oriental Beauty tea is also referred to as white tip oolong tea. This kind of tea is harvested by picking tea leaves that have been fed on by tea green leafhoppers. The leaves carry a unique nectar aroma, are delicate in appearance and produce a bright, orange-red color tea soup. The tea has a sweet mellow taste, and the unique honey taste is its most distinct characteristic.

    75g / 20g
    Sweet Aftertaste:Light Aroma:Fresh
    Fresh 等級0 Roasted
    Floral 等級7 Fruity
    Brewing instruction:Oriental beauty tea
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    601 Fresh Li Shan Oolong Tea Taichung City, Taiwan

    This tea is grown at altitudes of 2400 meters or above in the Li Shan tea region located in Central Taiwan. There, the tea plantations are irrigated year-round by the melting snow that flows down from the mountaintops, and the hours of direct sunlight are few. The tea produced in this environment has a light, elegant flavor. The honey green-gold tea soup gives off an intense flowery fragrance, and the tea has a rich full taste that slides smoothly down the throat, and is the best representation of high mountain tea.

    150g
    Sweet Aftertaste:Medium Aroma:Fresh
    Fresh 等級0 Roasted
    Floral 等級0 Fruity
    Brewing instruction:Oolong tea
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    505 Fresh Jade Green Oolong Tea Nantou County, Taiwan

    This tea is grown at altitudes of 2300 meters and above in Central Taiwan's Ren'ai Township tea growing region. This high-altitude grown qing xin oolong, with its polished jade green color leaves, rich full taste, smooth organic flavor, and contained aroma, is one of the rarest and most sought after of teas.

    150g/35g
    Sweet Aftertaste:Strong Aroma:Fresh
    Fresh 等級0 Roasted
    Floral 等級2 Fruity
    Brewing instruction:Oolong tea
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    205 Fresh Shan Lin Xi Oolong Tea Nantou County, Taiwan

    This tea is grown in the Shan Lin Xi tea growing region located in Central Taiwan's Nantou County, Zhushan Township at an altitude ranging from 1200 to 1800 meters. The tea grown in this region carries a bright and sweet flavor is the characteristic of the tea from the Shan Lin Xi region.

    150g/35g
    Sweet Aftertaste:Medium Aroma:Fresh
    Fresh 等級0 Roasted
    Floral 等級1 Fruity
    Brewing instruction:Oolong tea
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    105 Fresh Ali Shan Oolong Tea Chiayi County, Taiwan

    This tea is grown in Southern Taiwan's Ali Shan tea growing region at an altitude of 1500 meters and above. The favorable climate, fertile soil, and abundance of humidity allow for the nurturing of an elegant aroma and mellow taste unique to the tea grown in Ali Shan. A distinct flavor combined with the ability to endure multiple brewings, are the primary characteristics of this distinctly unique Ali Shan tea.

    150g/35g
    Sweet Aftertaste:Strong Aroma:Fresh
    Fresh 等級0 Roasted
    Floral 等級2 Fruity
    Brewing instruction:Oolong tea
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    055 Fresh Dong Ding Oolong Tea Nantou County, Taiwan

    This tea is grown in the tea growing region known for its Dong Ding Tea located in Central Taiwan's Nantou County and is a partially fermented oolong tea. The semi-spherical curly leaves give off an elegant, refreshing aroma. The tea soup is a golden color, and has a rich taste with distinct layers.

    150g/35g
    Sweet Aftertaste:Strong Aroma:Fresh
    Fresh 等級0 Roasted
    Floral 等級6 Fruity
    Brewing instruction:Oolong tea
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    705 Champagne Formosa Oolong Tea Hsinchu County, Taiwan

    Oriental Beauty tea is also referred to as white tip oolong tea. This kind of tea is harvested by picking tea leaves that have been fed on by tea green leafhoppers. The leaves carry a unique nectar aroma, are delicate in appearance and produce a bright, orange-red color tea soup. The tea has a sweet mellow taste, and the unique honey taste is its most distinct characteristic.

    75g/20g
    Sweet Aftertaste:Light Aroma:Fresh
    Fresh 等級0 Roasted
    Floral 等級7 Fruity
    Brewing instruction:Oriental beauty tea

The Brewing and Storage of Tea

Type of tea
Amount of tea
Water temp
1st round
2nd round
3rd round
4th round & above
Oolong tea
Tea flattened at the bottom of tea pot
95˚C or above
50 sec
40 sec
40 sec
Oriental beauty tea
2/5 Full
85°C or above
50 sec
40 sec
40 sec
Black tea
2/5 Full
90°C or above
30 sec
30 sec
30 sec
Add 5 secs to each
round after the third
round. The tea may
be re-brewed for
more than 6 times.
  • Keep away from moisture and sunlight.
  • Keep away from moisture and sunlight.
  • After opening the vacuum sealed package, please discard the oxygen absorber found in the vacuum sealed package.
  • After opening the vacuum sealed package, please discard the oxygen absorber found in the vacuum sealed package.

CERTIFICATION

Yoshan Tea is certified to FSSC22000, ISO22000, HACCP,
HALAL standards. All tea products provided by the company are
tested and certified by the international inspection agency SGS.
Consumers can brew and drink the tea with confidence that
it has passed these agencies’ health requirements.

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