This is an extremely flavorful oolong. It has strong notes of clove and cinnamon. It’s the perfect tea for a fall day.
This is a competition grade Formosan Oolong from Hsinchu County in Northwestern Taiwan. The leaves are lightly roasted, giving the resultant brew a full, rich flavor with accompanying aroma of ripe fruit and honey. It is said that Queen Victoria was so taken with the wonderful flavor of this tea when she was introduced to it back in the 19th Century that she herself gave it the moniker of “Oriental Beauty”. This tea is a “must-try” for serious oolong connoisseurs.
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