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Ten Wu Tea grows in Wusheh in Taiwan near the 10,000-feet high Hohuan Mountain. Such high-country grown teas seem to absorb the very best, the essence of nature. Ten Wu Tea is a semi-fermented tea with curly, dark green leaves. When brew, it has a golden brown hue, a rich taste, and a fragrant aroma. Oolongs are the most popular in Taiwan and southern China.
Ten Wu Tea is a semi-fermented tea with curly, dark green leaves.
Let the water come to a boil and then let it cool for five minute before pouring over the tea.For loose tea, use about a teaspoon of tea per 8 oz. cup. Let it steep for about three to five minutes and drink, or remove the leaves (if using an infuser). For the tea bag, use one per cup and let it steep for one minute. The bag can be used for a second brewing.