ABoxTik Premium Gift Box | Customize Your Own 4 Classic Taiwan Tea Bag Combo
Choose any 4 out of 6 premium tea flavors from the ABoxTik Classic Tea Series. The caramelized sweet ripe fruit aroma of Red Oolong, or the brown sugar chestnut aroma of Tongding Oolong, are the purest and most elegant proposals in that bustling city. Do you want to taste the encounter between 100% top-notch Taiwanese tea and boutique? This is a custom 4-piece boutique gift box that cannot be missed in the classic tea series!
Recommended Classic Taiwan Tea Bag Combo – 4 Tea Bags
Ideal for gift-giving:
1.[Taiwanese Specialty] Honey Red Oolong Tea
2.[Signature of ABoxTik] Yingxiang Oolong Tea
3.[Smooth with a lingering aftertaste] Tongding Oolong Tea
4.[Medium fermentation with sugarcane aroma] Jinxuan Oolong Tea
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Most Popular Boutique Gift Box Combo:
1.[Signature of ABoxTik] Yingxiang Oolong Tea
2.[Rare Winter Oolong] Green Jade Oolong Tea
3.[Medium fermentation with sugarcane aroma] Jinxuan Oolong Tea
4.[Aroma overflowing with vivid flavor] Dong Pian Sijichun Tea
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ABoxTik of Classic Tea Series – Premium Classic Taiwan Tea Gift Box (4 Combo)
Yingxiang Oolong | ABoxTik of Classic Tea Series
Taicha No. 20 – Ying Xiang is a variety developed through breeding at the Tea Research and Extension Station. The mother plant is the 2022 strain and the father plant is Qingxin Oolong. True to its name, Ying Xiang (Welcoming Fragrance) exudes a strong aroma upon brewing and inherits the refreshing taste of its father strain, Qingxin Oolong. The tea soup is bright green and clear, with a natural floral and fruity sweetness, accompanied by a unique orchid fragrance. “Spring fragrance, summer bitterness, autumn astringency, winter flavor” – the spring tea has a rich aroma, combined with the special fragrance of Ying Xiang, creating a rare blend of cinnamon, fragrance, and orchid.
Green Jade Oolong | ABoxTik of Classic Tea Series
Green Jade Oolong Tea is rare among winter teas, and the Green Jade tea tree is not as robust and easy to grow as the four-season spring variety. Its ability to grow in harsh environments is truly remarkable. During the growth period of winter tea, there is a large temperature difference between day and night, and the relative humidity is low. As a result, the tea buds grow slowly. During the production process, the fermentation degree is intentionally slightly increased to make the aroma of the tea more rich and layered, which is different from other seasons’ Green Jade teas. The tea soup has a high-flowering aroma and a sweet aftertaste, making it a rare tea that possesses both aroma and flavor.
Dong Pian Sijichun | ABoxTik of Classic Tea Series
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.
Tongding Oolong | ABoxTik of Classic Tea Series
Tongding Oolong tea is a moderately fermented and roasted tea. During the manufacturing process, manual stirring is added to allow the leaf edge cells to collide with each other, creating a green leaf with a red edge to facilitate the fermentation process. The subsequent roasting process uses an infrared tea roasting machine with low heat, gradually drying the tea from the center to the surface to reduce the water content of the tea leaves to less than 3%. The dry tea has a sweet aroma of brown sugar, with a smooth and sweet aftertaste and a long-lasting finish. It is a Taiwanese specialty tea that balances both aroma and flavor.
Jinxuan Oolong | ABoxTik of Classic Tea Series
This Jin Xuan Oolong tea is processed to a medium level of fermentation to enhance the flavor and allow for a greater roasting curve during subsequent roasting. Unlike the sweet milk aroma often associated with Taiwan Tea No.12 – Jin Xuan Tea, this Jin Xuan Oolong has a noticeable roasted sugar aroma and a refined sugarcane sweetness. Using a progressive roasting technique, the tea is first roasted to remove any impurities and reduce the water content, then roasted again to enhance the sweetness of the tea soup and create a restrained and mellow aroma. Most importantly, the tea produced through this gradual roasting method is less likely to upset the stomach and has a lower total caffeine content.
Honey Red Oolong | ABoxTik of Classic Tea Series
Red Oolong is a new type of Taiwanese specialty tea developed by the Tea Research and Extension Station Taitung Branch in 2008. It combines the processing characteristics and quality of oolong tea and black tea. It is harvested and processed in the summer, and the leaves are combined with heavy fermentation and baking after being bitten by the tea green leafhopper. The overall aroma and flavor of the finished product are multi-dimensional, with an active and special honey fragrance in the tea soup. It is suitable for both hot and cold brewing and is a stunning new specialty tea.