Wolf Tea introduces the rich and pure taste of Taiwanese tea to the world. We believe Taiwan has the best tea that every tea lover must try. All of our teas are single-origin and 100% sourced in Taiwan from the best season and region. Each seasonal collection is selected carefully through a strict tea tasting process. Please enjoy the delicate ever-changing tea tasting experience with Wolf Tea.
::::: Formosa Assam Black Tea :::::
Note: Mellow, malty, sweet
Formosa Assam is born for making perfect cups of milk tea. It brings mellow, sweet, and malty flavor into milk. Assam grown in Taiwan is rare and superior. Our Assam tea trees are planted more than hundred years ago and provides unique flavour comparing to India Assam. This lot had been through advanced aged-process more than half year to eliminates the astringency and give ripe, sweet, creamy, silky taste in your mouth.
｜How to Brew a Pot of Milk Tea｜
1. Boil some water in a small pot or saucepan. Turn down the heat and add tea leaves ( 1 gram of tea leaves with around 50 ml of water). Brew the tea for 30 seconds to 1 minute.
2. Add milk (tea to milk ratio - 1:1 or 2:1) and simmer the tea until it’s warm or about to boil. Do not let it boil.
3. Remove the tea from the heat and pour it through a mesh strainer into your cup.
4. Enjoy it the way it is or add your favorite sweetener.
Some recipes may recommend brewing the tea in milk, but actually brewing in water can get the most flavor out of your tea and a good balance with the milk.
｜How to Make a Simple Cup of Milk Tea｜
Make a stronger tea before adding milk to get a better flavor. Directly add cold milk or warm it up first (do not let it boil) to get a stronger milk taste. The recommended tea to milk ratio is 2:1 or 3:1. Milk in first (MIF) and milk in after (MIA) are both fine. Try to find out your own way!
Oxidation: 5 / 5
Roasting: 1 / 5
Species: Camellia Sinensis var.Assamica
Origin: Sun-Moon Lake, Nantou County , Taiwan
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