Milk-Scented Kinsen Oolong
The intriguing name of this tea comes from the delicate milk scent of the tea which is brought on by a sudden change of weather during the harvest. In spite of its name, this tea contains no milk or dairy. This Oolong tea grows primarily in the foggy and wet mountain regions of China. Pale in the cup, Milk-scented Kinsen Oolong is creamy and soothing. As an oolong tea, it is a cross between black and green tea in color and taste.