There's something about unseasonably spring-like weather that causes me to revert back to my hopelessly romantic teenage self.
I thought I might find some inspiration to write about this gorgeous tea— a 2009 Shan Lin Xi oolong from The Tea Gallery— but it turns out I'd much rather just get tea drunk and listen to old crooners sing love songs. I'll get back to you about the tea.
(2009 fut en français et très proche).The mountains of Shan Lin Shi have wonderful landscapes with waterfalls, bamboo and pine trees. This combination is what makes Shan Lin Shi so particular in Taiwan.The high altitude brings a com... Read Post
Shan Lin Shi Oolong NaiveteaHere's another light oolong from the oolong specialists at Naivetea. This one, according to their Web site, is from one of the highest altitude farms in central Taiwan. And while I don't know if anything ... Read Post