Strong note of corn in the aroma.
Corn-note on the sip with a sticky-sweet finish. Thin mouthfeel. Not as creamy as I would expect for a milk oolong. Sour floral note. Slight milky note.
Light oxidation, Light roasted. hand-picked
Origin: Alishan, the origin of high mountain tea.
JinXuan is the name of the Taiwan tea variety, also called TaiCha No. 12. It was cultivated around 1980 and become one of the most popular tea varieties in Taiwan. JinXuan also known as ‘Milk Oolong tea’ grows in high mountain areas and has smooth taste and milky fragrance. Due to the skill of tea making and high altitude, you can smell the flower aroma and taste the natural sweetness. No flavouring.
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