A Single Estate Handpicked Alishan Golden Daylily Milk Oolong – Winter 2017 - strong floral notes, citrusy and creamy
The name Golden Daylily is a transliteration of the cultivar, Jin Xuan, used to make this tea. Note that we do not add any flavourings or scents to our milk oolongs. Mr Lee has also produced one of our award-winning milk oolongs.
This milk oolong is grown in Mr Lee’s garden, which is located in the middle of the Alishan Mountain range. The Alishan Mountain range includes the highest peaks in Taiwan. This garden is located at around 2000m elevation. We were introduced to Mr Lee from our long-time neighbour, who looks after his fields with the drones in Nantou and makes our award-winning Empirical Oolong.
95°C, 3g per cup, 2-4 min. Several infusions
For a comparison in milk oolongs, try our other milk oolongs from different seasons. The other milk oolongs are stronger and creamier in taste. You can also compare this tea to Mr. Lee's Award Winning Milk Oolong.