When it comes to Gao Shan Cha 高山茶 which translates to High Mountain Teas, the highest mountains that produces such teas come from the Central Mountain Range which includes Li Shan 梨山. High Mountain Chas are a style of oolongs which is usually lightly oxidised with or without roasting, and only teas grown on altitudes higher than 1000m can be bestowed the title. known as an area that grows fruits as well as tea, the oolong teas from Li Shan are known for their delicate yet lively flavours, naturally gifted by the high altitude of Li Shan. The brew is delicately fragrant with sweet vegetal floral and rice notes, this tea is wasted if drank in a haste. Though a gentle tea, this oolong is best appreciated with careful brewing, and would be a choice for the discerning tea drinker.