Today when I arrived at work I found three tins of tea on my desk.
I had a bit of trouble translating the characters, but luckily I have a few coworkers who speak Chinese. The large character at the bottom is for tea. You see the same character above, with Li Shan or Pear Mountain Tea in the rectangle above. Li is pear and Shan is mountain.
High Mountain tea must be grown above 1,000 meters.
Here you can see the wonderful golden color of the Ali Shan tea. The tea has a wonderful aroma. The taste is a bit sweet with a hint of fruit. The tea also has a nice buttery texture that feels really nice in the mouth.
Definitely a wonderful tea. I have had three cups so far this evening 🙂
Thanks to my Taiwanese colleagues.