Enchanting Fragrance from Mei Mei Fine Teas was suprisingly fruity for a Wuyi oolong. I was reminded of perfectly ripe pomegranate.
Songyi Tea Shanlinshi was grown on Longfeng Gorge in Nantuo. The taste was floral with a prominent note of toasted sesame seed. Yum!
8 Immortals was floral with a grounded quality that I really enjoyed. This tea is a must try for those who are new to Phoenix oolongs.
Buttery and soft with hints of a vanilla and hyacinth, this Shan Lin Xi from Zhao Zhu hit the spot. I couldn't stop smelling the dry leaves!
I was already expecting this tea to be floral since its name is magnolia fragrance. It definitely had an almost perfume-like quality but what really blew me away was the sweet and fruity finish.
Tie Luo Han, aka Iron Arhat, is one of the four original Wuyi oolong varieties. This one was roasty with a distinct minerality and a surprisingly floral finish.