Deerland Grade: D/Smooth. Everyone can enjoy daily.
End of Spring 2019. Cultivar | Qīng Xīn Oolong
Deerland Tea Region | 300 m
Oxidation Level | Low
Roasting Degree | None
Deerland Oolong is produced in TáiDōng, the eastern part of Taiwan. It is lightly oxidized and processed like the most high-mountain oolong tea, but because of the environment temperature of such a producing region is higher than on the mountainous areas, the aroma of these teas is bolder and the flavor is stronger and more bitter. The proper amount of astringency is considered an important feature of a well-made oolong in Taiwan; perfectly smooth teas are not as interesting as teas with a bit of roughness. Also, the occurrence of astringency usually is correlated with the occurrence of the taste of umami and the occurrence of the sweetish aftertaste.
Deerland Oolong, therefore, is an ideal starting point for people who is new to low-oxidized Taiwanese tea: the characteristics of such low-oxidized oolong are easily perceivable. Getting familiar with the different aspects of Deerland Oolong can prepare one to further explore the world of high mountain low-oxidized Taiwanese oolong tea.
《鹿野茶房評選：D 日常。A 極品 / B 上品 / C 佳品 / D 日常 / E 粗茶 / F 瑕疵》
2020 Deerland Oolong | D301-P19 | 75g
Malt, Sweet Potato, Olive
Maple, Yellow Daylily, Woody
1. Put in 8 g of tea leaf for every 100 cc. of tea.
2. Fill your pot with 100°C hot water and let the tea steeps for 75 sec.
3. Pour the tea out to another container. Repeat the steps above for another round of brewing.
4. Second & third round brewing: 55 sec.
After three rounds of brewing: 1 min.
The taste may be drained in six rounds.