Oxidized to 70%. Rare tea from the Shui Xian variety, a single-trunk tea plant whose branches form an umbrella. Renowned for its honey notes, sweet, on a woody base.
The leaves are very fermented (60-70%) and even dry they are aromatic. The long, narrow leaves, slightly twisted, offer an orange, full-bodied, round liqueur with exotic notes of lychee, gently sweet length, honey accents.