Alishan 阿里山



Ali Shan is one of the most famous mountains in Taiwan, where high-quality, high-altitude teas are grown. The mountains are between 2,300 feet and 5,600 feet.  Aroma is rich floral and milky. Tea has a clear and clean golden color. Taste is sweet and creamy.

– Brewing Water temperature: 98 ℃

– Suggested Brewing Method: 5~8 grams with 200 ml water, 1 minute brew, 5 to 7 times

– Oxidation Level: ★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆

– Roasted Level:  ★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆

SKU N/A Categories , Tag

Lectus hac tortor congue habitasse consectetur. Nibh id sapien libero mollis vehicula nostra accumsan potenti cras imperdiet.


Indulge in the rich, aromatic flavors of Alishan tea from Taiwan. This exquisite tea is handpicked from the mist-shrouded mountains of Alishan, known for its pristine air, fertile soil, and optimal growing conditions. The leaves are carefully cultivated at high elevations, which results in a tea that is truly unparalleled in taste and quality.
With its distinct floral notes and sweet, creamy undertones, Alishan tea offers a sensory experience like no other. The tea leaves are meticulously processed to preserve their natural freshness, resulting in a brew that is both fragrant and full-bodied. Savor the smooth, velvety texture that glides over your palate, leaving a lingering, delightful aftertaste.

The story behind Alishan tea is just as captivating as its taste. The region’s tea culture dates back centuries, with local farmers employing time-honored techniques to cultivate and harvest the tea leaves by hand. The pristine natural environment of Alishan, with its misty mountains and fertile soil, infuses the tea with a unique terroir that is cherished by tea connoisseurs worldwide.

Indulge in the exquisite taste and aroma of Alishan tea, and experience the time-honored tradition of Taiwanese tea-making. Whether you’re a seasoned tea aficionado or new to the world of tea, Alishan tea is sure to captivate your senses and leave you craving for more. Elevate your tea-drinking experience with Alishan tea from Taiwan, a true treasure of the tea world.

Additional information


Jin Xuan 金萱, Chin Shin 青心