Li Shan, or "Pear Mountain", hosts some of the highest tea gardens in the world. High alpine forests cover these peaks. Grown at an elevation of 2.000 meters, heavy fog covers this regions throughout most of the year, filtering the amount of sunlight that reaches the plants, causing the tea here to grow slowly, and become dense in nutrients. Lightly roasting this high altitude tea brings out a dark caramelized sweetness, made buoyant by the mountain terroir. Golden liquor with hints of chartreuse.