" Flowers and freshness "
The little oxidized and good quality oolong used to make this promising tea is associated with white osmanthus flowers, to the delight of amateurs. After infusion, the olfactory notes of the leaves are clearly reminiscent of tea, while those of the liqueur are more on the flowers. On the palate, the liquor is unctuous and the vegetal notes of the tea combine perfectly with the flowers, which bring their joyful and spring side. Multiple infusions are obviously possible and each will bring an additional charm to this graceful tasting!
Our Oolongs come from the village of Doi Mae Salong, in the mountains of northern Thailand, on the Burmese border. Former poppy production areas, these lands are now dedicated to the production of high quality tea. Although the plantation with which we work does not have European organic certification, we are reassured by the tests we carry out and the confidence in the farmer when he promises us that these teas are produced in a natural way without pesticide treatment.