Quite an enjoyable first impression. Definitely getting floral overtones coming through in a natural, non-perfumey kind of way.
Wild Orchid Oolong
An absolutely exquisitely long twisted leaf oolong harvested from a single tea tree high in the mountains of the Guangdong province. It has a definitively nutty, woodsy character in the fore, with its own unique bits of honey and fruit coming through in subsequent infusions. But what is most intriguing is the subtle hint of orchid floral notes and the wonderful aroma that wafts up from the cup. This is not a scented tea, and there are no orchid petals; rather the floral comes from this particular variety of tea tree. Complex and intriguing.