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Oolong Golden Osmanthus

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“Huang Jin Gui” can be translated as “Golden Osmanthus” and beside the Ti Kuan Yin Oolong it is one of the most popular Chinese Oolong teas. Like many of the best Oolong teas the Huang Jin Gui is produced in the province Fujian, close to the city of Anxi. The name “Golden Osmanthus” refers to the yellow cup, the yellowish green leaf and a fine flavour that reminds you of the well-known Osmanthus blossom.

It is composed of hand-rolled leaf, in clusters of variegated colour from light olive to ivy-green.

The taste is rich yet complex with a flowery honeysuckle flavor. Long lasting multiple infusions.

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