Shan Lin Xi
Shan Lin Xi?s are always such a special treat in the line up of Taiwanese oolongs. They are a little bit of every-thing. This high mountain tea from central Taiwan has the creaminess of a Jinxuan, the heady ?oral of an Alishan and the depth & fruitiness of a good Lishan. Apricot, roses and cherries.
Long Steep Method
SCOOP | 6g or 2 heaping tsp per 8oz water
POUR | 190° water over leaves
STEEP | 3 min
Steeping instructions are a starting point for how to make this tea. We encourage you to play around with the tea quantity or steeping time to customize the brew for your taste.
Gong Fu Method
SCOOP | 6g or 2 heaping tsp per 4oz water
POUR | 212° water over leaves RINSE | steep for 5 seconds and discard liquid to awaken leaves POUR | 212° water over leaves again STEEP | 5-10 seconds and strain into fair cup/pitcher to share or enjoy alone
Rebrew several times for several times to enjoy how the tea evolves with each additional steeping