Dong Pian Sijichun Tea | ABoxTik of Classic Tea Series (Tea Bag)
The winter tea leaves, harvested from December to January, in low to mid-altitude regions, produce a cold and refreshing aroma similar to that of high mountain tea. Although the yield is low, the quality of the tea leaves is excellent, with distinct natural floral fragrance and a thick tea taste.
Light fermentation and roasting techniques are used to enhance the aroma, giving the Dong Pian Sijichun Tea (Winter Four Seasons) a vivid and refreshing floral fragrance, and a cold mountain oolong-like charm. The tea soup is delicate and refreshing, with a strong aroma and a lively taste.
Dong Pian Sijichun Introduction
Dong Pian Sijichun Tea: Exploring the Elegance of Four Season Tea
Dong Pian Sijichun Tea, often mistaken for its counterpart Four Season Tea, carries an exclusive charm as it is meticulously harvested during the winter season. Unveiling the story behind this rare delicacy, we delve into its origins, unique characteristics, and the art of brewing that brings out its enchanting flavors.
Dong Pian Sijichun Tea: A Precious Gem
Dong Pian Sijichun Tea originates from the same Four Season Tea tree. The distinguishing factor is its winter harvest, setting it apart from its counterparts. While Four Season Tea is renowned for producing Black, Tieguanyin, and Oolong teas, Dong Pian stands out due to its scarcity and high desirability, making it an ideal choice for gifting.
The Tale Behind the Name
The birthplace of Taiwan’s Four Season Tea is Maokong, Mucha, Taipei. In the 60th year of the Republic of China, Mr. Zhang Wenhui introduced the Tieguanyin tea tree from Anxi, Fujian to Taiwan. The distinct rapid growth and early harvesting in a specific area led to the moniker “Four Season.” Over time, this term became synonymous with high yield, vitality, and rich floral fragrance, symbolizing the essence of the tea.
Dong Pian Sijichun: Winter’s Embrace
Dong Pian Sijichun is distinguished by its winter harvest, a time when cold weather leads to a surge in amino acids within the tea leaves. This results in a unique taste profile, characterized by sweetness and a lack of bitterness. The combination of winter and spring tea qualities makes it a cherished choice among tea enthusiasts.
Discovering Dong Pian Sijichun’s Character
The tea trees of Four Season are medium-sized with dense branches, leaves, and buds, ideal for mechanical picking. Dong Pian Sijichun Tea’s leaves are tender and thick, resulting in a distinct mouthfeel. Although the winter tea may not boast the same aroma as its spring counterpart, its longevity and subtlety ensure it ranks among the finest.
Brewing the Essence of Dong Pian
Brewing Dong Pian Sijichun Tea is an art in itself. Preheat the teacup and infuse approximately 12g of tea leaves with 150ml of 90-degree hot water, steeping for 30 to 60 seconds. The brewing ratio and time can be tailored to your taste preferences. The tea can be reinfused up to 9 times, ensuring a delightful experience with every cup.
Savoring the Rare Elegance
Dong Pian Sijichun Tea offers a rare and exquisite experience. With each sip, floral notes and honey-like sweetness unfold, transporting you to the tranquil hills of Taiwan. The meticulous cultivation and harvesting process manifest in the tea’s pure and delightful essence.
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