Qing Xin - Emerald

3470 Ft - 12630 Ft

Meishan oolongs usually delight us with notes of citrus fruits and apples. But this year's crop is really special: it presents the taste buds with a thick, buttery character. In a cup of tea, the softness of butter and the harmony of scents go together.

Qing Xin - Emerald 3470 Ft - 12630 Ft

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This tea takes you to Meishan Mountain, where the sky is wonderfully blue and the scents are magically sweet. Here, above 1600 meters, in the days at the end of April, diligent hands picked the Qing Xin tea leaves so that this tea could be prepared. The tea is closer to green oolongs, it is not roasted, so it is accompanied by really floral, creamy notes.

This tea garden has been serving us for seven years now and has produced wonderful teas every year during that time. During the harvest season, which usually lasts for twelve days, tea-making takes place around the clock: the tea is picked with great care, the oxidation is monitored, the roasting process is also preserved, and the small miracles are not left alone during the brewing process. 🙂

This year they faced special challenges, as the warm rays of the sun were interspersed with heavy rains. Thus, fewer tea leaves went into the baskets at harvest time, but the MinHan family worked a miracle again!
Fewer crops yielded more concentrated teas.

Meishan oolongs usually delight us with notes of citrus fruits and apples. But this year's crop is really special: it presents the taste buds with a thick, buttery character. In a cup of tea, the softness of butter and the harmony of scents go together.


We met Minhan and his wife back in 2016 and traveled to see them. I remember that the first tea I tasted from them was a Jin Xuan oolong, spring picking. As we got to know this young couple and their teas more and more, we knew for sure that they would be the supplier of our Taiwanese oolongs. The Minhans don't just make oolong, they also make red tea. This year, they made a really special one from the Qing Xin tea plant variant, which turned out to be very fruity and sweet and floral at the same time. You can watch it here.

For its preparation, use soft water with a low mineral content. The amount of tea should be 6-7 grams for a 150-200 ml device. Start the water temperature at 85-90 degrees and you can raise it continuously. The duration of the first pouring should be 1 minute.

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Meishan - Chiayi - Taiwan