Shiguping Wulong 2015

Shiguping Wulong 2015

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
(5 customer reviews)

USD 29.30

Rated 5.00 out of 5

Rare Indigenous Cultivar: 

To us, offering the extremely rare Shiguping Wulong is not a challenge enough. We think we should give you the best of its kind. Trekking further deep into the mountain above the elusive main village of Shiguping we found the patch of land which the locals called Liao-xi-ya, where it all began. The tea is softer, yet fuller and even more complex than that in the main village. The very original Shiguping Wulong*, as highly acclaimed by the man who devoted all of his life in advocating oolongs of Phoenix, the 74 years-old tea specialist Huang Bozi. 

Taichi classinfusion color: canary yellowTCM character: neutral coolStaff pick

Net weight: 40 g (1.4 oz) in Kraft-alu pack

In stock


鳳凰隱世珍品、極限量、石古坪烏龍 2015

Taste profile 

Mildly floral aroma with accents of apple and fresh prune. Light accents of cinnamon. Soft, sweet, silky smooth body with a nutty, woodsy, round undertone and mild fruity accents. Hints of maltase, cinnamon, and citrus peels. Slightly sweet but lingering aftertaste. 

Infusion tips 

This tea has been baked and rested in the traditional light style for its maxiumum taste profile. To best reveal its mild yet round body, it is recommended that you blanch the leaves very quickly once before infusion. To bring out a higher pitch, infuse at 95°C or more. To enjoy the softness, at 90°C for longer infusion duration. 

Wulong vs Oolong?

*All teas made through the oolong processing are refers to as oolongs. Many strains of tea bush cultivars are employed in producing different kinds oolongs. Examples include tieguanyin, the shuixian strain, and the wulong strain, etc. Shiguping Wulong is a kind of oolong made from a particular cultivar of the wulong strain in Shiguping. 
Both “wulong” and “oolong” are the same in Chinese. This is confusing even to most Chinese tea connoisseurs. Leo has set out in his writings in Tea Guardian to distinguish the two by using the romanization “oolong” for the tea category, and “wulong” for the kind of cultivars. We follow this convention. Shiguping Wulong is a tea made from a cultivar of the same name. Examples of other oolongs made from the wulong strain of cultivars: Wuyi Cream Stout, Organic Paochong.

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  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Just marvelous smell and taste.

    I write this review because I feel that is completly unfair that such fancy tea doesn’t has any comment here. It’s not easy to me to describe it but the feeling that I got from him is such as the title of this post. The lingering after taste that is described in the product description resembles a lot to the Honey Orchid one. This is a must try before die. Strongly recommended.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    I am amused

    @Patricio I am amused to read this review. I can sense the fire in your belly when you wrote this. To express openly one’s feelings of a product in an internet shop is a virtue that I hope will gradually grow in more people. Some of our customers may want to maintain a low profile. Some maybe too busy.

    A lot of common efforts is still needed to build awareness and appreciation in the market for fine tea of this quality level. Consumer comments and reviews definitely mean immense help. They are also morale boosters to us here. I am happy that you like the tea. I have worked hard in order to get this kind of quality.

    A big thank you from my heart.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    I have been looking for this

    When do you think this tea will be restocked?

  4. Rated 5 out of 5


    Hello “a new visitor”, the new harvest is normally around mid-April, but it has to go through our intake process and standards, which is not the same for each tea. This tea should be available some time in late May, if the harvest for this year is good.

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Clean Summer Air after a Thunderstorm

    This tea found me. So I paid attention. Opening the bag revealed the aroma of grandmother’s kitchen on baking day. The brewed tea morphed from comforting to purifying — it truly has a broad range. There is a crispness to it that reminds me of the lightest sandalwood incense wafting from afar. I am on my third infusion and it appears the tea can steep for quite a long time with no bitterness. The taste evokes for me the cleansed and cooled air after a summer thunderstorm. The leaves bloom into perfect green foliage which I imagine look exactly as they do when they are freshly picked.

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