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Dong Ding (Tung Ting) Oolong Tea #AA

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Harvest time: spring 2016

Dong Ding (Tung Ting) Style Thai Oolong Tea #AA.

Growing Region: Chiang Rai province, northern Thailand, 1400 metres. Hand-picked high mountain oolong tea.

Appearance: Heavy roasted, medium fermented, hemisphere-shaped oolong tea.

Ding Dong is a special processing method of Chin Shin Oolong (TTES #17) variety. This variety of tea has been imported to Taiwan from Fujian province of China in the mid-19th century. Then in Taiwan, on Dong Ding Mountain the special way of cooking has been discovered and Dong Ding Oolong has appeared.

This Dong Ding will appeal to those who like tea of strong fire. Personally, I do not really like heavy  roasted oolongs, but at the time I could not resist. It has a taste and an unusual flavor and depth. My German colleague finds similarities of this tea with thoroughbred Wuyi Shan oolongs. And although I would probably refrained from such a comparison, nonetheless.

Taste and Aroma: The tea smells deliciously fruity, floral and bready. And in its taste fruity-floral tones also compete with smack of fried bread crust. This struggle goes on all the seven steepings - this oolong, of course, can hold more, but the taste of bread and flowers so satiates, that no more is required.

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