Ali Shan High Mountain Oolong - No.192


Ali Shan High Mountain Oolong - No.192Ali Shan High Mountain Oolong - No.192Ali Shan High Mountain Oolong - No.192Ali Shan High Mountain Oolong - No.192

Ali Shan High Mountain Oolong - No.192

Ali Shan High Mountain Oolong has a strong, sweet aroma that is increasingly popular with tea lovers from all over the globe.

Price:  £35.00(VAT Free)


Tea Story

We are proud to bring you one of the most famous oolong teas from Taiwan, Ali Shan High Mountain Oolong (Alishan Gaoshan wulong, 阿里山高山烏龍). It is delicious as it is majestic!

This tea is grown on the highest altitude of the mountain range, Mountain Ali, at the height of 1500m.

The mountain’s perfect climate for harvesting teas in the fresh springs and the frosty winter seasons helps grow fresh, quality leaves.

From this harvest, only the most tender leaves have been hand-picked and dried. 

These delicately tender leaves have been given a gentle roll, to preserve the full leaf appearance. 



Formosan Farms’ Ali Shan tea farmer, Mr Chien, grew up on a 100-year old family tea farm. 

Once fully learning his family’s tea-farming methods, he began to integrate his own beliefs to tradition  – by playing soothing, classical music to his tea trees.

He is in the process of building an eco-friendly system on his land that plays 8-hour bursts of classical music; he believes the exposure to music will help his tea leaves flourish, in quality and taste.


Additional Information

Ali Shan, Chiayi

Altitude: 1500M
Spring & Winter seasons
Ali Shan certified
Variety: Green-bud oolong
Fermentation: 15%

Ingredients: Pure Taiwan tea.


About Formosan Farms

Formosan Farms produce premium, single origin teas that are organically grown by family tea-farms in Formosa Island, Taiwan. The sustainably grown teas are 100% pure, with no added chemicals or pesticides. The leaves are of high quality with choices of grade. The farms' sustainable ethos ensures the methods used in cultivation are eco-friendly with the environment in mind. The farmers' love for their work is reflected in their teas, and we are very proud to launch our new range of teas with them.


Region & Time of Harvest

This tea is harvested in the spring and winter seasons in Chiayi, Taiwan.


Tasting Notes

  • Appearance

    Greenish full leaves rolled into bold pellets

  • Aroma

    Fresh, roasted and smoky

  • Flavour

    Buttery smooth and apricot notes

  • Colour

    Bright yellow liquor


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