This oolong comes traditionally from a mountainous area of Nantou, which is located in Taiwan.
The tea balls are shaped from a special firing technique that leaves a green center while the tips are black and curled.
We enjoy the sweetness of the first brew after the traditional Chinese washing of the tea with hot water.
The recommended tea steeping time is for the first brew: 1 min30sek
the second brew, 20sek
for the third, 45sek
for the 4th, 1min and 20sek
and the fifth 2min and 20sek.
I don’t know the exact price any more but it was around 10-12€. Considering how often you can brew the tea, and how many liters you can make with it, it is very affordable.