Low oxidation and a light roasting contribute to Bamboo Mountain’s bright, floral fragrance and crisp body. To make Bamboo Mountain oolong only the newly sprouted leaves are plucked. They are then withered in the sun (weather permitting) or indoors on special bamboo trays for a few hours to reduce moisture. The leaves are traditionally rolled in the classic Taiwan green oolong style that yields lighter body than roasted oolongs. It has a long sweet finish and a multi-layered character over multiple infusions.