Oxidized to 55%. Rou Gui means cassia bark, a plant of the cinnamon family (cortex cinnamome). From Phoenix Mountain, in the far east of Guangdong Province, China. Single Bush teas are picked once a year in May.
Large whole leaves are dark and twisted; they release a clear, fluffy liqueur with an intense scent of flowers and a bright taste, slightly lemony highlighted by some spicy notes reminiscent of cinnamon (hence the name of the tea). What distinguishes this Single Bush is the signature of the "Tea of high mountains".