Fu Shou Shan Origin Tea Taiwanese High-Mountain Oolong [Episode 34]

James & Denny begin a 4-episode series on Origin Tea. In episode 34, they review a Fu Shou Shan oolong, a special government tea plantation perched at one of the peaks on Lishan mountain. This tea is minimally processed in a nuclear-green style.

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3 Responses to Fu Shou Shan Origin Tea Taiwanese High-Mountain Oolong [Episode 34]

  1. Peter says:

    I think that it would be quite interesting for you chaps to do an oolong taste comparison of traditional short gong ful steeping (s) vs. Stephane’s “competion”-style long steeping (s).

    What do you think?

  2. Peter says:

    I think that it would be quite interesting for you chaps to do an oolong taste comparison of traditional short gong fu steeping (s) vs. Stephane’s “competion”-style long steeping (s).

    What do you think?

    • James says:

      Yup, great idea Peter! Next episode we actually do a very unique oolong brewing style with Origin Tea’s 104K Da Yu Ling from Spring. Unlike Stephane’s “competition”- or even normal gong-fu style this method uses alot of leaf and alot of time.

      Denny and I have tossed alot of ideas around to expand the scope of TeaDB (i.e. brewing comparisons, reviewing teaware) and happy to hear any suggestions!

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