Tea Hunting Stories — teahunting
It feels like spring again thanks to this fabulous hand-picked Si Ji Chun from Namaxia, Taiwan. I assume tea trees' favorite season is spring. They are the most prolific in the spring. This is when new leaves come out with full of vitality after the winter rest period. However, for Si Ji Chun, every season is spring as the name implies. Fragrant young leaves come out throughout the year. Si Ji Chun has colorful bouquet scents like magnolia, gardenia, and jasmine flowers. Since its taste and flavor is vivid and rich, many people including tea beginners are in love with...
Isn’t it beautiful? As its name indicates (野放 Ye Fang: grown in the wild), the trees are grown with other plants and organisms in nature without any artificial fertilizers.
From the dry leaves, you can smell hints of fruits, roasted nuts, and flowers. You won’t get bored by this wide spectrum of scents.
In each sip, flavors like peach, honey, Mi Xiang, orchids, and fruits are refreshingly harmonized with a little bit of sweetness and a great finish. You will sense a very vivid floral bouquet aftertaste.