Ali Jin Xuan

Ali Mountain Jin Xuan Oolong

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Location: Ali Mountain (阿里山), Chiayi, Taiwan

Harvest: winter, November, 2016

Elevation: 1,300 m

Appearance: ball shape

Fermentation: 20%~35%

Flavor: milk, creamy, sweet, smooth, aromatic with long aftertaste

Aroma: fresh fruity and floral

Liquor Color: light golden-greenish color

Baking Degree: non-roasted



Ali Mountain Loose Leaf Jin Xuan Oolong Tea

Our Ali Mountain loose leaf Jin Xuan Oolong tea comes from a high-altitude tea plantation in Ali Mountain (阿里山), Chiayi, Taiwan. The elevation of the plantation is 1,300 meters.

The tea has a distinctively milky and smooth flavor with fruity and floral aromas. The leaves are rolled into small balls and have rich green color. The tea is partially fermented (20%~35%) and has a creamy, smooth, full-bodied flavor. The liquid is clear and bright and has a light golden-greenish color.


Gong Fu (Chinese) Style

leaves  |  water  |  time

      6 g          150 ml 95°C     30 sec

* We advise you to rinse the leaves in the same temperature water for a few seconds before first infusion. This will help the leaves to open up and get ready for brewing.

Western Style

leaves  |  water  |  time

      6 g          150 ml 95°C     30 sec


Regardless the brewing style, you can re-steep tea and get many servings of tea from just one serving of leaves. If you are going to do so, be careful not to oversteep the tea.

We highly recommend using filtered water; do not use tap water. Water quality affects tea taste!

*  Use this guide just as a starting point and try different ways to get your best cup of tea.

Additional information


30g, 50g, 75g