Award Winning Nonpareil Taiwan DaYuLing High Mountain Cha Wang Oolong Tea

Oolong King, highly aromatic, creamy, floral

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Award Winning Nonpareil Taiwan DaYuLing High Mountain Cha Wang Oolong Tea

Oolong King, highly aromatic, creamy, floral

94% of 100

Dayuling Area, Taichung County, Taiwan


Spring Tea

Harvest Date:

April 28, 2024

Dry Leaf: 

Large thick leaves handmade rolled into tightly even ball shape,

glossy and dark green


Light orchid fragrance with mixed fruit fragrance


Bright and clear, yellowish-green color


Obvious floral fragrance, strong sweetness in the throat; brisk

and smooth aftertaste with long-lasting sweet scent in the mouth

Long-lasting “Hou Yun”: even no liquor in the mouth but still long-lasting fragrance

lingers at throat and back of tongue.

Tea Bush:

C.sinensis cv.Qingxin (Chin Shin Oolong)

Tea Garden:

Fushoushan Farm


Moderate caffeine (less than 20% of a cup of coffee)


Store in airtight, opaque packaging; keep refrigerated

Shelf Life:

24 Months

Angel's Comment:

Grown at altitudes above 2,500 meters, DaYuLing Oolong Tea is the king of Taiwan High Mountain Tea.

The Global Tea Championship (United States)

Global Tea Championship golden leaf award

The Nonpareil Taiwan DaYuLing High Mountain Cha Wang Oolong Tea is grown in Dayuling tea area at the altitude above 2500 meters, in which the climate is cold and forests grow well. This cold and moisture condition is suitable for tea trees’ growth. In addition, the soil here is fertile, meanwhile performs well in drainage. Thus the tea leaves carry a natural scent of flower and fruit.

Recommend Brewing Method

Cup Method

Chinese Gongfu Method

Teacup: 12oz / 355ml Gaiwan: 3.8oz / 110ml
212℉ / 100℃ 212℉ / 100℃
3 Teaspoons / 5g Tea 7g Tea
Brewing time: 3 - 5 mins 8 steeps: rinse, 15s, 20s, 25s, 35s, 50s, 70s, 90s, 120s
      Rinse time is around 5 seconds
Tea Garden

Fushoushan Farm is in Lishan at an elevation higher than 2000m, meaning that this farm is wholly within the high-mountain climate. Tea trees grow more slowly in colder weather, resulting in smaller and softer leaves that have a higher concentration of nutritious substances.

The farm stands along the southern mountainside of Lishan Mountain, surrounded by tea trees and elegant flowers.

Fushoushan Farm

Fushoushan Farm surrounded by clouds

Fushoushan tea garden

Calla lily in the tea garden

It is a universal rule about aromatic substances in tea, that new buds have higher content than old leaf, spring teas contains more than summer teas, and high mountain tea is higher than low altitude tea. This is the reason that new harvested high mountain tea has strong aroma.

Taiwan High Mountain Tea

In Taiwan, teas planted above 800m are referred to as High Mountain Tea, and include types like Ali Shan Oolong Tea from 1000-1500m, Ali Shan LuZhu, Shan Ling Xi starting at 1600m,Li Shan Oolong Teaat elevations higher than 2000m, and this Da Yun Lin High Mountain Cha Wang Oolong Teafrom as high as 2500m as well.

Taiwan High Mountain Tea

Vertical Distribution of High Moutain Tea

Due to the cold, cloudy and short sunlight time, High Mountain tea is better in quality than teas grows in lower altitudes.

The Difference between High Mountain Tea and Low Altitude Tea

In Taiwan, teas grown below 800m are notably different from high-mountain teas due to effects from the geological features and climate. Taiwan is a mountainous island where more than two-thirds of the total area is found in the mountains, meaning that the land has abundant fresh water and excellent drainage - and also that the climate can be complicated. The mountainous geography allows for both the monsoon and high mountain climates to coexist; the air temperature drops about 6 degrees for every kilometer above sea level, so therefore, these mountains are cool year-round. This in turn causes tea to grow more slowly, and taken on a softer, elegant aroma with a noticeably floral taste. The unique geography also allows distinctive nutritious substances to form in the tea, a trait which low-altitude teas lack.

Tea Master

Mr. Lui is the sixth-generation over of his family’s tea business. He built the highest tea garden in Taiwan along Fushou Mountain, near Lishan. In 2006 Taiwan hosted the World Famous Tea Expo with Mr. Lui sitting as one of the sponsors; he also founded the Taiwan Tea Roasting Technical Seminar, and is also experienced in the skill of firing porcelain teawares.
Lui keeps a unique understanding of how to build a tea garden, and says that the key is to integrate the environment, soil, and weather with the tea. He believes that water is the most powerful medium to memorize information: since 80% of the material of a fresh tea leaf is water, the water used to feed that tea will carry the characteristics of the soil and weather into the leaves.

Mr. Lui

When talked about picking fresh tea leaves, Mr. Lui said except being tender, the fresh leaf must be thick and fleshy, as well as in bright green color. This is the requirement of picking for making good High Mountain tea.
Lui thinks that every business is competitive, except for tea. The speciality and high quality of Taiwan tea makes it unreplaceable. He said: no matter what you do, tea business or others, you need to seek for the joy of the business. When talking about tea, talking about Fushou Mountain, talking about high mountain tea, I feel joyful in my heart.

Mr. Lui and Angel

Mr. Lui and TeaVivre Founder Angel Chen


The garden for this tea is located along the meeting point between Nantou, Taichung, and Hualien at an altitude of 2500m, notably higher than normal oolong tea gardens. The tea produced here has a mellow, fragrant taste, and serves as the reason for why this area is generally regarded as among the best for growing Taiwan high-mountain tea.

Da Yu Ling Tea is welcomed by people because of its natural source and essence, stemming from the cold climate along the high mountains that allow the tea to grow more slowly and produce tender, mellow leaves. This combined with the slightly acidic soil results in a unique tea.

Map of Ali Shan

Tea Bush

Qingxin Oolong is a type of wild, small-leaf tea tree. The plant is short with dense bushes and thick leaves, soft and deep glossy-green in color. This species grows mainly in the villages throughout Chiayi County in Taiwan such as Ali, Wenshan, and Haishan Villages, and also in Nantou County in Mingjian and Lugu Villages.

Qingxin Oolong tea bush


The mountain of Da Yu Ling was known formerly as He Huan bealock and stands near the 112.5km point of the Central Cross-Island Highway, at the far peak. When the highway was constructed here the workers excavated the mountain by hand, and met many rough problems in the rugged environment - problems that were said to take an effort similar to King Yu taming the flood. This is what gave the mountain its name.

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