Rich jade color, soft floral flavors.
Note the wonderful jade color of the leaves. Named for this distinctively fresh green appearance, this comparatively small-leafed Oolong is one of the first Oolongs harvested in the spring. As the first whites and greens arrive in the tea markets of Fujian Province, one will find this Oolong offered. The cup is light yet flavorful. This lot came out in the first weeks of the warming spring weather.
This Oolong is a "Se Zhong" style that is a blend of high-grade leaves. It is one of the smallest leaf varieties of Oolongs grown in China. Well known for its light-green appearance and light fresh, sweet taste. Its name - Jade Oolong - harkens from the light-green coloration of its leaves. This lot was grown on a small farm near Xiamen in the AnXi Region of Fujian Province.
In the first steep the leaves open to offer a golden-green liquor color and a lightly floral aroma. Jade Oolong has a delicate mouth taste that is softly sweet. Offers floral flavors, light butter in the finish. This tea goes very well with food.
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