Ever-Spring Tea

Ever-Spring Tea is a variety of Wu-Yi Tea in China, generally grown at low elevation. It is widely planted at Mingjien Village in Nantou County, and can be reaped six times per year. Quality is better in case of being reaped in early spring and late winter. Its leaf size is small and its fragrance fascinated. Being grown at low elevation, its leaves sometimes tend to be fibrous, and its taste is not so delicious as that of other kinds. As for baking, this kind of tea is suitable for low temperature and light baking because high temperature baking causes a smell of soil. But the acceptability in the market is quite good. This is probably due to its fair price and quality.