You really don't see too many orange blossom blends with greener oolongs online, which is a shame because the flavors naturally compliment each other. This is very green, immensely floral, and pleasantly sweet o. Its own. The dryleaf smell is incredible and the jin xuan's texture was as smooth as expected, but I'll admit that the first brew gong fu or western was a little bit too floral for me with 3 grams. The middle steeps were the best. I'd recommend this as an Earl Grey replacement for lighter drinkers.
Floral orange aroma meets a high quality oolong for a fragrant and balanced drink for special occasions or everyday. Nothing like the overpowering mixes and blends available elsewhere.
Bright, floral, citrus, sweet, creamy -- this oolong has it all! As you sit with this tea, take note of how the flavors evolve with each steep, particularly as the liquid cools in the cup. I find the sweeter/creamier notes make their presence known by steep 3 after the liquid has cooled down for 5 minutes. Cheers!
Careful with the first few infusions unless you crave a highly citrus floral that's more like scented dryer sheets. Don't be scared to throw out the first few brews if they don't suit your tatse cause what you get in later infusions is a superb balance of floral green oolong flavor!