Tung Ding

Tung Ding tea leaves are typically tightly rolled into small, dark green or brownish-green pellets or beads. These compact shapes help preserve the tea's flavor during storage.

It emits a fragrant and floral aroma with hints of orchids and a touch of roasted notes. The aroma is often described as captivating and inviting.

Tung Ding offers a complex and well-balanced flavor profile. It is known for its creamy and floral taste, with a pronounced orchid-like sweetness. There are often subtle roasted undertones that add depth to the tea's flavor.

Color of Liquor:
The liquor typically brews into a clear, pale yellow or light amber color.

Tung Ding is a high-mountain oolong tea grown in the central region of Taiwan, particularly around the Dong Ding Mountain. Its name translates to "Frozen Summit" in Chinese, reflecting the cool climate in which it is cultivated. Tung Ding undergoes a meticulous processing method that includes withering, rolling, oxidation, and roasting, which contribute to its distinctive flavor. It is celebrated for its floral and creamy notes and is considered one of Taiwan's finest oolong teas. Tung Ding is often enjoyed for its complexity and is a favorite among oolong tea enthusiasts.

Type: Oolong

Origin: China

Flavor: Tung Ding, Oolong Tea

Ingredients: Oolong Tea