This hand-picked oriental beauty is special because it's processed of oxidation relies a lot on the green leafhopper. This tea green leafhoppers love to bite into the leaf. The tiny bites don't necessarily cause bite holes. Instead, the plant actually releases a natural sweetness enzyme to attract predators of the leafhopper.
As a result of the higher oxidation, this oolong tastes between an oolong and a black tea. You'll get the floral and nutty flavor, and also a rounder, honey after-taste similar to a black tea. Overall a nice relaxing tea to have after meals.
Origin: Hsinchu County, Taiwan
Notes: Chestnut, Honey, Caramelized Peaches