Smooth-bodied infusion with flavors of apricot and honey. The aroma is complex with accents of roasted nuts and caramel and hardy, woodsy notes.
Witness the rolled leaves unfurl with each infusion, releasing a velvety, woody, full-bodied infusion with elusive flavors of apricot and honey.
Processing Notes—Legendarily picked by monkeys on the craggy mountains of Taiwan and named after Kuan Yin, the Goddess of compassion, this tea is stout, classic, and unforgettable. While no monkeys were employed in the harvesting (or processing) of this tea, the name suggests the rarity of this oolong.
Pairing Notes—Excellent with red meat, but versatile enough to pair with poultry and fish.
Ingredients—Oolong tea from Nantou, Taiwan