Oriental Beauty A.K.A Bai Hao Oolong. Before a bud and two leaves are carefully hand picked in mid June, the tea garden await the arrival of a tea-loving insect, the tea jassid, which nibbles the leaves. This causes the tea bush to react and produce elements that bring out a unique sweet flavour. This produces the distinctive honey muscatel notes and smooth infusion, with a finish of sweet autumnal fruit finish.
Best Brewed: Hot
1-2 tea spoons, pour in the hot water (90℃), infuse for 2-3 minuets. You can get at lest 3 infusions of Oriental Beauty. We suggest you serve this one without milk. Brewing is part of the fun, experiment to find what you like the best.