Ice Peak
dòng dǐng wū lóng
Harvesting season
Spring, Winter
Main region
Ling Fenchi dreamed of becoming a government official, but to pass a special examination, it was necessary to go from his native Nantou to Fujian province. But Ling had no money for this trip, then the inhabitants of his native village offered their help to him - they collected the necessary amount. When Ling arrived in Fujian, he settled in the house of the old tea master, with whom they were full namesakes. Naturally, Ling Fenchi passed the exam well and made the old man happy, because now his name was also marked by success, so the old man presented 36 tea bushes as a gift to the future official. Returning home, Lin handed these trees to his fellow villagers in gratitude for their help.
Frosty Peak is thetop height of only eight hundred meters, but, nevertheless, tea grown on its slopes has become a visiting card of Taiwanese tea masters. By the way, annual tea competitions, held in To produce this oolong tea flushes (a bud and four leaves) are collected. Dong Ding is not a bush sort, it's a place in honor of which the teas are named. Over the past 30 years, the processing of the tea has changed a lot - it is twisted into tight balls, the oxidation has increased markedly, and the intensity of heating - on the contrary decreased.
Main region of planting
– Taiwan
Advices for the best brewing
Time 180"
Amount 3g
Water 500 ml
Temperature 95 ̊
Steeps 2
International brewing method
Time 10"15"25"35"50"60"
Amount 3g
Water 150 ml
Temperature 90-95 ̊
Steeps 5-8
Chinese brewing method
Taiwanese oolongs open strongly during brewing, as they have a tight twist, take a little less tea, since it can take up all the place in a teapot.
Promotes weight loss;
Strengthens the body;
Invigorates and regulates the nervous system
Health benefits
Sweet, rich in confectionery notes, delicate nutty aroma
The best time to drink