Oolong has a wide range of fermentation between 25% and 70%, where this oolong manifest a fermentation at around 40%. This is a traditional speciality of the province of Gangxi in the south of China. Small-leafed oolong tea leaves are mixed with fresh Osmanthus blossoms before they are dried together. Well-known for its relaxation and digestive properties. The yellow infusion has a mild, fruity flavour and reminiscent of each.. Osmanthus blossoms are amongst three of the most well-known blossoms in the East, together with Jasmine and Chrysanthemum flowers. Osmanthus blossoms are harvested early in the morning between 4 and 7am to reflect the best aromatic qualities for the scenting of this oolong. Due to the semi-fermented category of this fine oolong, it will last multiple infusions to as much as 5 consecutive infusions, where first infusion represents grassy green tea and the last few infusions represent woodiness of black tea...