Cuiyu Tea features unique, tangy, and wild, yet delicate, flavors that are complemented by buttery, fruity, and floral notes. The aromas conjure an image of fresh wildflowers in a Spring garden.
Cuiyu Tea is also known as both Jade Oolong Tea and Taiwan Tea No. 13 as it is said to be the 13th type of tea originally planted in Taiwan.
This tea, like the color of the Jiufen sky during sunrise, is colorful and remarkable.
Attributes: Light Oxidation Oolong Tea
Aroma: Hedychium coronarium / orchid / spice